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STAGECOACH 1980 



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Stagecoach 1980 
Volume 82 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Title page 

Introduction 

Faculty & Administration 

Classes: 

College Level: 

Seniors 

Juniors 
High School Level: 

Sophomores 

Freshmen 

Campus Life 

Clubs & Organizations 

Sports 

Student Services 

Closing 

Directories 




STAGECOACH '80 



Saint Mary's College 

900 Hillsborough Street 

Raleigh, North Carolina 27611 



In her colorful cap and gown from the University of Madrid, 
Dr. Lado brightened graduation. 



Below: The academic year traditionally 
ended as Carla Renegar, chief marshall, 
gracefully released the handkerchief. 

Middle left: In a scene from "Water 
Works," Scott Sappenfield narrates as Sea 
Saint Mary Hughes Boy Ian awaits her cue. 

Bottom left: Solemnly, 1978-1979 Circle 
president, Sally Nowell, awaits the induc- 
tion of a new member. 




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St. Mary's alumnae, the Reverend 
Elizabeth Peden, was the key speaker for 
graduation. 



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A summer sunset at the beach ends a day 
of relaxation. 

Braver than most birds, this spectacular 
hang glider soars over the Blue Ridge Val- 
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Sounion, Greece 



SAINT MARY'S 

GIRLS GO 
EVERYWHERE 

Whether for education or fun, 
St. Mary's girls go everywhere! 
And along the way they abuse 
charge cards, traveler's checks, 
and their "former" checking and 
savings accounts. They go to Eng- 
land, France, Egypt, Greece, Italy, 
the Bahamas, and other exotic 
places — but rumor has it that 
they enjoy checking out the 
American bars. Others find New 
York, California, Florida, and 
Hawaii equally exciting as 
foreign travel. Even during the 
school year, the girls cannot resist 
the urge to travel and head for 
Chapel Hill. 




Parthenon: Athens, Greece 



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Acropolis: Athens, Greece 




Borghese Gardens: Rome, Italy 
Sphinx: Cairo, Egypt 




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Recently listed in the National 
Register of Historic Places, the St. 
Mary's campus illustrates a story 
of her own. After celebrating the 
1 00th anniversary of the Alumnae 
Association in April of '79, even 
the oldest among them returned 
to a campus that has changed lit- 
tle. 

Attending St. Mary's is a family 
tradition for most students. As a 
matter of fact, St. Mary's is based 
upon tradition. She has continu- 



ously held a leadership role in 
women's education. From the 
very beginning, St. Mary's 
women were educated to take a 
responsible role in their com- 
munities. The St. Mary's experi- 
ence provides students with the 
necessary background for any 
endeavor, whether it be embark- 
ing on a professional career or 
becoming active citizens and lov- 
ing homemakers. 
Today, St. Mary's continues to 



provide its students with sound 
skills and a philosophy of life 
which enable them to do the best 
they can wherever they are and 
whatever they are called upon to 
do. While at the same time retain- 
ing the tradition, St. Mary's does 
not rely solely on its old ties and 
traditions as she looks ahead. 
SMC is the place to be and we're 
making it better with age . . . 



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Founded in 1842, Saint Mary's 
is now the second oldest college 
7 for women in North Carolina, and 

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— States. Nationally, St. Mary's has 

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^ women's institution of its kind 

2Z, that serves the 16-20 age group. 

Q St. Mary's has traditionally 

U_l educated its young women under 

Q the influence of the Church, and 

today it is the only Episcopal ju- 
nior college for women in the 



country. 

The future is challenging for St. 
Mary's and other women's col- 
leges. In 1960, three hundred 
women's colleges existed in 
United States. Today, St. Mary's is 
one of some 145 women's col- 
leges which have endured de- 
pressions, wars, inflation, and 
changing trends in education. 

What strengths have enabled 
St. Mary's to be among the sur- 
vivors? A committed faculty and 



staff, a tradition of academic ex- 
cellence, an atmosphere of 
warmth and friendship, a strong 
liberal arts program, and the un- 
selfish generosity of many alum- 
nae and friends who have been 
willing to support and serve the 
College have buttressed Saint 
Mary's against threatening times. 
This year, the yearbook staff 
takes great pleasure in dedicating 
the 1979-1980 Stagecoach to the 
entire St. Mary's community. 



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Amanda Adams 
Amy Adams 
Susan Adams 
Seroba Aiken 
Mary Alexander 
Phyllis Alexander 
Kathy Altizer 
Nina Anderson 
Claire Anderson 
Karen Apostolou 
Amy Armstrong 
Bun Arrington 
Harriet Ash by 
Anna Atwater 
Eva Atwill 
Hassell Aycock 
Lisa Bailey 
Gail Bailey 
Randy Baker 
Vanessa Barndt 
Ella Ann Barnes 
Missy Basinger 
Margaret Bassett 
Terri Bateman 
Susie Belcher 
Terry Bennett 
Janet Berkeley 
Missy Berry 
Marcie Bickerstaff 
Bryn Biddix 
Berime Bikle 
Debbie Bishop 
Rosemary Blackburn 
Elizabeth Blades 
Leslie Blincow 
Amy Block 
Libby Blum 
Dawn Bodenheimer 
Laura Bowen 
Mary Hughes Boylan 
Susan Bozarth 
Linda Branscome 
Amy Bridger 
Mary Bridgers 
Martha Brinn 
Lynette Bristol 
Byrd Britt 
Martie Broadbent 
Susan Brogden 
Cynthia Brooks 
Elizabeth Brooks 
Nancy Brooks 
Caroline Brown 
Paige Brown 
Grace Brown 
Lanier Brown 
Sydney Brown 
Carol Burhans 
leanAnn Burnette 
Lauren Burrows 
Gaye Burwell 
Gretchen Butler 
Ruth Byrum 
Becka Caldwell 
Cathy Call 
Allyson Camp 
Kara Campbell 
Kea Capel 
Laura Carr 
Jean Carringlon 
Sallie Carroll 
Mary Cates 
Robin Cavan 
Re Cheatham 
Astnd Chirinos 
Nancy Christian 
Gray Clark 
Kappy Clarke 
Zaida Clay 
Cindy Cleaton 
Brett Clyde 
lennifer Cobb 
Charlotte Cochran 
Caroline Cockrell 
Mary Coffey 
Sharon Cohen 
Tnsh Coleman 
lennifer Collins 
Holly Connell 
Gina Conner 
Gwyn Cooley 
Haven Cooper 
Cary Cox 
Lainie Cox 
Ruth Cox 
Mary Criser 
Michele Crisp 
Kelly Crouch 
Laura Culbertson 
Julia Cunningham 
Marsha Currm 
Terry Dabbs 
Wynn Davenport 
Bettve Davis 
Cathy Davis 
Elizabeth Davis 
Rebecca Davis 
Sarah Dawson 
Elena DeOlloqui 
Eve Derreth 
Mary Doris Dial 
Ann Diednck 
Hamer Dillard 



Dee Dobson 
Melissa Dodson 
Marsha Dotson 
Robin Dowd 
Parti Drake 
Karen Drum 
Brent DuBose 
Valinda DuBose 
Suzy Dunaway 
Betsy Durst 
Marilee Eagles 
Jom Eargle 
Amy Eason 
Ann Tyler Edmunds 
Lauran Edwards 
Amy Elwell 
Suzanne Ethridge 
Scottie Evans 
Molly Parrel! 
Kelly Feagans 
JoEllen Finch 
Beth Fischer 
Megan Fix 
Sissy Floyd 
Debbie Ford 
Leslye Fountain 
Valerie Fountain 
Anne Fowler 
Amelia Franklin 
Dee Ann Frazier 
Chnsiie Frazier 
Deanie Freeman 
Leslie Freemon 
Carla Freshwater 
Ellen Fussell 
Tucker Gaddy 
Lynn Gardner 
Stephanie Gardner 
Lisa Gattis 
Lisa Getsinger 
Lorah Git>son 
Anne Gilbert 
Raine Gilbert 
Allison Gilbert 
Nancy Gillespy 
Lorie Goldston 
Allison Gore 
Cathy Gorham 
Susie Gove 
Mary Beth Grace 
Gayle Cranberry 
Julie Greenbaum 
Cindy Greer 
Suzanne Greer 
Anne Gregory 
Blanche Gregory 
Nelle Gregory 
Deane Gresham 
Margaret Griffin 
Scotty Grine 
Mary Gupton 
Ingrid Haddon 
Kathy Hafer 
Gay Haggm 
Celeste Halifax 
Anne Hamilton 
Susan Hamm 
Martha Hancock 
Dudley Hanes 
Elizabeth Hardy 
Melanie Hardy 
Allison Harris 
Amy Harris 
Buff Hams 
Bonny Harris 
Eugenia Harris 
Sallie Harris 
Cynthia Harrison 
Knstine Harrison 
Lynda Hawley 
Leigh Ann Haynes 
Louise Heath 
Amelia Henderson 
Ball Henderson 
Jasteel Herring 
Clarkie Hicks 
Emy Higgins 
Coles Hines 
Monda Hoffman 
Corbm Hogaboom 
Jenny Holden 
Vicky Holder 
Virginia Holland 
Mary Hollinshed 
Elsie Holloman 
Ann Holman 
Betsy Holmes 
Meredith Holmes 
Rebecca Holmes 
Mary Jacque Holroyd 
Celeste Holt 
Sarah Holt 
Susan Holt 
Maryam Hoomani 
Nancy Hooper 
Mary Horner 
Laura Houck 
Polly Hudgins 
Ann Hudson 
Carroll Huger 
Nancv Huggins 
Martv Hundley 
N.ta Hunt 



Tunie Hurley 
Martha Hutaff 
Mary Charles Hutchins 
Gloria llderton 
Amy Ingbar 
Liz Ingram 
Linda Ingram 
Dorothy Irvin 
Wyn Isenhour 
Tanya Ives 
Sandra Jackson 
BJ Jernigan 
Amy Johnson 
Lee Johnson 
Louise Johnson 
Nathalie Johnson 
Gigi Johnson 
Liz Johnston 
Annerta Jones 
Ashley Jones 
Barbie Jones 
Helen Jones 
Ellison Jones 
Christy Jones 
Nancy Jones 
Rachel Jones 
Bobbie Keaton 
Ton Keith 
Lisa Kelley 
Elizabeth Kelly 
Jma Kettleson 
Georgia Kinsey 
Kate Kittrell 
Carmen Kluttz 
Mary Grady Koonce 
Carola Kozma 
Beth Kunkel 
Laura Lake 
Helen Landi 
Leslie Lane 
Lyn Lankford 
Boo Latimer 
Kelly Laughery 
Jennifer Lea 
Cathie Lee 
Midge Leonard 
G. Lee Lewis 
Jenny Lewis 
Pam Lewis 
Edie Lindsey 
Laurie Little 
Cissy Lofton 
Emily Longley 
Nancy Lyday 
Laura Lynch 
Marina Lynch 
Sallie Lynch 
Cindy Machen 
Beth Mann 
Carol Manning 
Jeanne Mapel 
Mary Jeannette Mardre 
Debbie Markham 
Linda Marshall 
Alice Martin 
Charlotte Martin 
Mary Hunter Martin 
Theresa Martin 
Beth Mattocks 
Ann Maynard 
Catherine Mayo 
Rose Ann Mayo 
Kaky McCabe 
Laura McConnell 
Ellen McCown 
Kate McCrary 
Valerie McCraw 
Elizabeth McGee 
Margaret McG'ohon 
Louise McKay 
Katie McKenna 
Nancy McKenzie 
Michele McLean 
Mary McLean 
Patricia McLean 
Regan McLemore 
Terry McLennan 
Mary Meares 
Jayne Mercer 
Melissa Messick 
Amy Meyers 
Conley Miller 
Tncia Miller 
Susan Miller 
Jean Mobley 
Mary Mohney 
Laurie Moore 
Sandra Moore 
Leigh Moore 
Margie Morgan 
Jane Morris 
Kathy Morrison 
Warwick Moss 
Tricia Moss 
Torrey Moss 
Lisa Moye 
Robin Naisawald 
Jeanne Marie Nelli 
Anne Nelson 
Missy Nelson 
Loren Neuhoff 
Nancy Newton 
Elisabeth Nimocks 



Margaret Norris 
Jenny Nuckles 
Julie Oakman 
Kathy Oates 
Joanne O'Brien 
Chrissy O'Connor 
Angie O'Daniel 
Courtney O'Kelley 
Treva O'Leary 
Fran Oxner 
Kathy Packer 
Porter Page 
Alma Panayorti 
Liz Panayorti 
Debbie Parker 
Helen Parker 
Janie Parker 
Jeannette Parrott 
Katharine Pate 
Angela Patrick 
Elizabeth Patrick 
Elizabeth Patteson 
Lea Patton 
Lvdia Payne 
Barbara Pearson 
Nicole Pediaditakis 
Xandy Peete 
Marianna Peete 
Anne Perry 
Dede Perry 
Ruth E. Perry 
Ashley Phillips 
Meg Piner 
Mary Howard Pitt 
Cathy Plummer 
Alyson Poole 
Stephanie Powell 
Tosh Pratt 
Holly Prichard 
Tracy Prum 
Valerie Purdie 
Sarah Purvis 
Martha Ramsey 
Pam Ray 
Laure Redmond 
I'Ans Reeder 
Carla Renegar 
Sarah Rice 
Ashley Richardson 
Ginny Riddick 
Julia Ridgeway 
Ellen Rodman 
Milhce Rogers 
Kelly Rooks 
Betty Rosenbaum 
Elizabeth Rouse 
Bee Rudder 
Caroline Sanders 
Mary Duke Sanders 
Betty Sanderson 
Isabel Santo-Tomas 
Hope Saunders 
Kathy Sawyer 
Kelly Scbofield 
Martina Scifres 
Anne Scott 
Beth Scott 
Nancy Scott 
Evelyn Scruggs 
Katie Seawell 
Kimber Sevison 
Bess Shadrach 
Anne Sigmon 
Mary Keehln Simmons 
Beth Simpson 
Sallie Skinner 
Lindsay Sloan 
Mary Ellen Smedberg 
Cameron Smith 
Colleen Smith 
Cindy Smith 
Elizabeth Smith 
Marie Smith 
Cleaves Smith 
Murray Smith 
Natalie Smith 
Virginia Smith 
Jayne Snipes 
Ann Speer 
Sayle Steagall 
Dana Steed 
Amy Stephenson 
Jean Stephenson 
Kitty Stephenson 
Agnes Stevens 
Debby Stockton 
Mary Ann Stoffel 
Erwm Stokes 
Cathy Stone 
Sandy Stott 
Mary Stowe 
Lynda Summy 
Anna Tate 
Gigi Taylor 
Lee Ann Taylor 
Margaret Taylor 
Mary Taylor 
Jeannie Teasley 
Anna Teta 
Rose Lynn Thomas 
Cvndy Thompson 
Lisa Thompson 
Susie Thompson 



Beth Tice 

Millie Tolson 
Lee Trotter 
Margaret Truitt 
Jill Turner 
8eth Turner 
Karen Turner 
Boo Tyler 
Missy Underwood 
Mary Mar Uzzle 
Foo Vaeth 
Carlisle Van Meter 
Val Van Pelt 
Em Vance 
Lisa VanDeVeer 
Ana Vasquez 
Elizabeth Via 
Shen Vinson 
Gwynn Walker 
Frances Wall 
Garland Waller 
Carolyn Walser 
Felicia Wardlaw 
Sally Ware 
Libby Warren 
Treva Watkins 
Betsey Weatherly 
Susan Webb 
Leslie Weil 
Claudia Werman 
Sharon West 
Rebecca Wester 
Karen Wheeler 
Jackie Whisnant 
Laurie Whitcomb 
Joan White 
Suiter Whitehead 
Allison Whitely 
Valerie Wiggins 
Mary Wilcox 
Terri Wilkinson 
Julie Williams 
Laura Williams 
Margaret Williams 
Lee Williams 
Liz Wills 

Catherine Winfield 
Emily Winfield 
Susan Winstead 
Rita Wohz 
Kellv Womble 
Hannah Wood 
Debhie Woodruff 
Wendy Woods 
Amy Woodson 
Martha Woodson 
Natalie Woodward 
Claudia Woolen 
Julie Yongue 
Katre Zevenhuizen 
Kim Zolliconer 
Mrs Betty Adams 
Miss Mary Alexander 
Miss Ellen Birch 
Mrs. Particia Brame 
Mrs. J. Breilenberger 
Mrs. Andrea Brown 
Mrs Barbara Buescher 
Mrs Barbara Bunch 
Mr. Harry Callahan 
Mrs. G. Campbell 
Dr Janice Coffey 
Mrs Nola Coggin 
Miss Pat Connelly 
Mr. B.W. Conrad 
Mr Windel Crawley 
Mrs. Mary Deekens 
Rev Starke Dillard 
Mrs. Dola Dudley- 
Mr David Estes 
Mr. Steven Esthimer 
Mr. Hamilton Fish 
Mr Jim Fitzpatnck 
Mrs Faye Fussell 
Mrs Margaret Gentry 
Mrs. Sheila Graham 
Mrs Alice Greiner 
Miss Kelley Griner 
Dr Hubert Haywood 
Mrs B Heptinstall 
Mr. Paul Hudson 
Dr John Hume 
Mr. Frank Jeffreys 
Mrs Corrine Johnson 
Mrs. J.H. Johnson 
Mrs Pearl Johnson 
Mr Thomas Johnson 
Mrs. Elizabeth Jone*- 
Mrs. Gladys Jones 
Dr. Marcia Jones 
Miss Mary Lou Jones 
Dr. Dolores Lado 
Mrs. Sharon Long 
Mrs. Marjorie Maddrev 
Mrs. Jane B Martin 
Dr Mary Ann McNeill 
Mr. Arthur McRae 
Dr. Robert J. Miller 
Mrs Dons Parker 
Mrs. Catherine Peacock 
Mrs. Mary Pearson 
Miss Aimee Peden 
Mrs Betty Petwav 



Mrs. Jean C. Plummer 
Dr. Wyhe S. Qumn 
Mrs. Jane A. Rabon 
Mr. Henry M. Read 
Mrs. Sharon Reed 
Mrs. Sterling Remer 
Mr John T Rice 
Dr Carol Rigsby 
Mr, Donald Roberts 
Mrs. Ola Robertson 
.Miss Karen Rose 
Mrs. Susan Ross 
Dr Joan Samson 
Mrs. Sandy Sappenfield 
Dr Doreen Saxe 
Mrs. Hannah Scoggin 
Miss Sara Seagle 
Mrs Margaret Selph 
Mrs. Michele Shaul 
Miss Kim Shavlik 
Mrs. Deborah Shelley 
Mrs. Carol Simpson 
Mr, Robert T. Simpson 
Mrs Helen Smith 
Mrs. Callre Sorrell 
Mrs. Thelma Stone 
Mrs. Martha Stoops 
Mrs. Emily Summy 
Mr John U Tate 
Mrs Becky Thiem 
Mrs R.H Thompson 
Miss Terry Thompson 
Mrs. Mary Triplet! 
Miss Frances Vann 
Dr Elgiva Watson 
Mrs. Carolyn Whitaker 
Miss Lou White 
Mrs. Betty Wicher 
Mrs. Margaret Williams 
Mr. Emmett Windham 
Miss Linda Joe Work 
Mrs. Jessie Zepp 
Miss Geraldine Cate 
Miss M.O. Ellington 
Dr. Mabel M. Morrison 
Mr Donald Peery 
Mrs. Nancy 5tamey 
Dr. Richard G. Stone 
Ms. Dons A. Key 
Mr. Charles L. Alford 
Mr Carvus A. Byrd 
Mr. Proyor N. Hicks 
Mr. Vance Joyner 
Mr. David Frazier 
losephine Williams 
Mamie Miles 
Naomi Boone 
Equilla Weaver 
O'a Mae Tomlinson 
Ozelle Ellis 
Roselle Ellis 
Curley Edwards 
Roscoe Pettiford 
Henry Cotton 
Casper Lilly 
Alvm Hunter 
Penny Patton 
John Parlato 
Kenneth Eakes 
Doug Buckner 
Carl Crews 
Debra Blackman 
Henry Fitz 
Mary Fitzpatrick 
Tyrone Hardy 
Robert Lucas 
Ruth Mitchell 
Samuel Pierce 
Lucille Plummer 
Martie Thomas 
William Tomlinson 
Joan Williams 
Nell Winter 



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An important step toward starting off right, 
Nancy Huggins signs the Honor Pledge. 



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August found President Rice grabbing a 
moment's rest in his hammock, a gift of 
the '78-'79 student body, before the mad 
rush of the '79-'80 year. 

New Spider member Amy Bridger pa- 
tiently accepts the brutality of old member 
Beth Mattocks. 



SCHOOL DAZE 

The first few weeks of school 
drifted into routine for many, but 
for a large part of the school they 
were fun, exciting, and quite dif- 
ferent. Welcomed by the hospi- 
tality of NCSU and UNC-CH 
campus dorms, fraternity rush 
parties, and Hillsborough Street, 
students grasped every "escape 
plan." The slap in the face of col- 
lege costs, dorm life, and aca- 
demic load put a sudden damper 
on the social life after a while. 
Clubs and organizations began 
inductions and the first semester 
was halfway over. 



Anxious sophomores Ellison Jones and 
Lisa Gattis await freshmen with buckets 
full of water. 



The sight of Baskin-Robbins is welcomed 
with a smile by Felicia Wardlaw as she 

approaches the end of the dreadful swim 
team initiation. 



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STARTING THE YEAR 
OFF RIGHT 



The academic year of 1 979-1 980 
started off in the traditional college 
way. Students flocked in from vari- 
ous places around the world ready 
to take on St. Mary's college life. 
Packed with everything imaginable, 
many eager students were intro- 
duced to a different lifestyle. 

Busy summer planning and care- 
ful organization assured the suc- 
cessful head start for Orientation 
this year. A hardworking admin- 
istration minimized the piles of 
paperwork and long lines. 

The easy phone installations, 
successful student arrivals, and ori- 
entation schedules allowed us to 
slowly slide into our busy routine 
days. Special gatherings such as the 
SGA ice cream party, advisor/ 
advisee conferences, dorm intramu- 
rals, and chapel services famil- 
iarized the students with their new 
surroundings. Thanks to organiza- 
tion and student cooperation, the 
year began in the right direction. 



Patience was the key to a busy 
schedule as Nancy Brooks, Elizabeth 
Brooks, and Kara Campbell waited 
tor their appointment. 



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Below: "Where there is food, you can find 
SMC girls" as everyone "munched out" at 
the Big Sister-Little Sister Ice Cream Party 

during Orientation. 





Middle above: Getting in gear for academ- 
ics, one of Mrs. Johnson's advisees discus- 
ses her schedule. 

Owner of our lifelines, the Southern Bell 
Company made it a little easier for us this 
year. 



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Ready for the Intramural fun, girls from al 
dorms made preparations for action. 



Dorm Sports, Dorm Sports! Agnes Stevens 
and her faithful crew, Allison Whitley and 
Cindy Thompson, are ready for some fun. 

"Ready to take on a dozen or two?" Bak- 
ers for sure, Kitty Stephenson and Lanier 
Brown, made their own pudding pie. 




Almost breaking the Olympic record for 
water balloon weight lifting, Polly Hud- 
gins and Sydney Brown illustrate their 
abilities. 



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FACULTY 

AND 

ADMINISTRATION 

Dedicated to their career, the fac- 
ulty and administration are the center 
of St. Mary's College. Acting as part- 
time supporters and overseers for the 
student body, this concerned group of 
individuals has continuously 
strengthened the school. Dealing with 
approximately 500 girls every day, 
these people have shown extreme 
qualities of patience, knowledge, and 
wisdom. 

Editor: Elizabeth E. Fischer 
Staff: Mary F. Stowe 



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PRESIDENT'S OFFICE 



President 
John T. Rice 












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Receptionist 
Callie Sorrell 



Secretary 
Faye Fussell 



Dean of the College 
Dr. Robert J. Miller 



DEAN OF THE 
COLLEGE'S OFFICE 




Dr. Miller and Dr. Jones . . . Under their 
type of "operation" the result could prove 
"fatal." 



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Dean of Students 
Elizabeth B. Jones 



Director of Housing 
Deborah Shelley 




Debbie Shelley and Dean )ones 

away the Spring Festival activities. 



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DEVELOPMENT 
OFFICE 



Left to right: Mary Triplett, Susan Ross 
Henry Read. 




All work and . . . uh, all work? Henry 
Read contemplates a project "heavily." 



Henry Read 

Director of College 

Development 

Susan Ross 

Director of College 

Relations 

Mary Triplett 
Secretary 









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ALUMNAE OFFICE 



jane Rabon 
Alumnae Director 



Sterling Remer 
Secretary 




Monday Morning . . . Friday Afternoon. 
Left to right: lane Rabon, Sterling Remer. 




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Director of Admissions 
Robert T. Simpson 



Asst. Director of Admissions 
Lou White 




ADMISSIONS OFFICE 



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Aimee Peden 
Admissions Counselor 

Kim Shavlik 
(No picture available) 
Admissions Counselor 



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Left to right: Frances Vann, B.W. Conrad, 
Marjorie Maddrey. 



BUSINESS OFFICE 




Frances Vann 

Business Assistant 

Nola Coggin 
Business Assistant 



B.W. Conrad 
Business Manager 



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REGISTAR'S OFFICE 
HOUSEKEEPING & MAINTENANCE 




Wyn Crawley 
Supervisor Mercury Man 



Carolyn Whitaker 
Secretary 



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Patricia E. Connelly 



Dr. David C Estes 



Sheila Y. Graham 




The English department believes that a 
knowledge of literature and a facility in 
writing are marks of the educated woman. 
The student learns to improve her 
grammatical and sentence structures. She 
learns to analyze and perfect her overall 
writing skills. The student also reads 
literature from a variety of styles and 
periods. 

Dr. Carol R. Rigsby 
Dr. loan P. Samson 
lohn U. Tate, Jr. 




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Chairman 
Dr. Marcia B. Jones 



Seated: Dr. loan P. Samson. Standing L. to R.: 
Dr. David C. Estes, Dr. Carol R. Rigsby, lohn U. 
Tate, Sheila Y. Graham, Dr. Marcia B. Jones 



English 



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Social Studies 



Seated L. to R.: Hanna Scoggin, Dr. Elvina 
D. Watson, Martha S. Stoops, Dr. )ohn C. 
Hume, Mary Ann McNeill. 



Chairman 
Dr. Elvina D. Watson 



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The Social Sciences department 

endeavors to provide students with a 

balanced understanding of the society in 

which they live. The courses taught 

examine society in many angles. They 

trace the development of traditions and 

cultural values that are the basis of 

modern America. Students also study and 

analyze modern political, economic and 

social institutions. 



Donald R. Roberts 



Hannah Scoggin 



Martha S. Stoops 



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lanine D. Breitenburger 



Dr Doreen D. Saxe 



The Foreign Language department 
attempts to build the student's fluency in 
the spoken language and create an 
understanding of the culture which can be 
used by the student in the future in a 
variety of occupations in the business and 
governmental sectors of our society. 
Students also learn more about the 
country's literary and music geniuses, 
history, geography and traditions. 



Michele M. Shaul 
Renate H. Thompson 
Jessie C. Zepp 




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Chairman 
Dr. M. Dolores Lado 



Seated L. to R.: Renate H. Thompson, 
lanine D. Breitenburger, M. Dolores Lado. 
Standing L. to R.: Dr. Doreen D. Saxe, 
Michele M. Shaul, Jessie C. Zepp. 



Foreign Languages 



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Mathematics 



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L. to R.: Catherine W. Peacock, Hamilton 
W. Fish, Dr. Robert J. Miller, Ellen A. 
Birch, James A. McRae. 



Chairman 
Ellen A. Birch 




The Math department offers a selection 
of courses which enrich one's liberal arts 
education. The student learns to apply the 
mathematical formulas learned in class to 
other classes especially in economics and 
the sciences. 



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The Science department attempts to 
provide students with an opportunity to 
prepare for further study in any area of 
science or to encounter a chosen science 
course as part of a broad liberal arts 
experience. The courses offered give 
students enough background to be 
informed about their world and current 
happenings in the field of science. 
Students also have the ability to develop 
their intellectual facilities by considering 
more abstract aspects and implications in 
classes and discussions. 




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Chairman 
Dr. Janice C. Coffey 



L. to R.: Alice Z. Greiner, Georgette j. 
Campbell, Dr. Janice C. Coffey, Frank U. 
Jeffreys. 



Science 



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Religion 



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L. to R. Dr. Quinn, Dr. Smith, Mr. Esthimer, 
Rev. DM lard. 



Chairman 
Dr. Wylie S. Quinn 




The Religion and Philosophy courses 

introduce students to the depth and 

complexity of the human response to the 

crisis of existence. This response is 

expressed in spirituality and philosophical 

reflection. 



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The Physical Education department's 
purpose is to teach skills not only for today 
but for a life time. The multitude of 
equipment available to the student helps 
to broaden her interests in physical 
education and physical activity. The 
Physical Education department also 
supplies the coaches for sports teams, 
intramural activities and clubs. 



Mary Lida Alexander 
Corrine K. Johnson 
Sandra L. Sappenfield 




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Chairman 
Mary Lou Jones 



L to R.: Corrine K. Johnson, Mary Lida 
Alexander, Sandra L. Sappentield, Mary 
Lou Jones. 



Physical Education 






FINE ARTS 



Chairman Performing Arts 
Harry R. Callahan 



Chairman Art 
Margaret C. Williams 



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Betty E. Adams, Art 

Sharon Reed, Music 

Karen S. Rose, Drama 



The Fine Arts department is composed 

of the Art department and the Performing 

Arts department. The purpose of the Fine 

Arts department is to help students 

develop creative skills and to broaden 

their creative abilities as well as the 

development of discrimination, good taste 

and appreciation of the arts so that they 

may pursue possible careers in any 

number of related fields. 



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school years and others irt our 
college years. £ M 

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end, of our carefifee lives. As we 

Strive forward, St. Mary's strives 
within irs>«$t. Mary's has served us 
well; we liope to pass.it on to 
others. Shi has given us a step- ...... 

/pirjg stQne*o the world, from our 
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rules and florals. She has taught 
us to deal coriffortably with others 
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Cathy Gor'ham 



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SENIORS 






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Phyllis Alexander 
Winston-Salem, NC 





Kathy Altizer 
Boca Raton, FL 




Lisa Bailey 
Clemmons, NC 






Buff Arrington 
Raleigh, NC 




Hassell Aycock 
Farmville, NC 



Missy Basinger 
Greensboro, NC 



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Missy Berry 
Charlotte, NC 





Marcie Bickerstaff 
Atlanta, CA 




Leslie Blincow 
Greenville, SC 




Debbie Bishop 
Charleston, SC 




Elizabeth Blades 
Elizabeth City, NC 



Libby Blum 
Durham, NC 



SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




Laura Bowen 
Atlanta, CA 





Mary Hughes Boylan 
Virginia Beach, VA 




Martie Broadbent 
Lexington, KY 




Susan Bozarth 
Midway, KY 




Martha Brinn 
Hertford, NC 



Cynthia Brooks 
Oxford, NC 



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Allyson Camp 
Lumberton, NC 




Lanier Brown 
Greensboro, NC 





Kea Capel 
Troy, NC 



Robin Cavan 
Greensboro, NC 




Jean Carrington 
Matthews, NC 



Re Cheatham 
Greenville, NC 



SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




Gray Clark 
Tarboro, NC 





Jennifer Cobb 
Chapel Hill, NC 




Michele Crisp 
Raleigh, NC 




Cary Cox 
Raleigh, NC 




Lainie Cox 
Tarboro, NC 



Kelly Crouch 
Spartanburg, SC 



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Terry Dabbs 
Charlotte, NC 








Rebecca Davis 
Charlotte, NC 




Betsy Durst 
Durham, NC 




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Sarah Dawson 
Greensboro, NC 




Brent DuBose 
Fort Lauderdale, FL 



Joni Eargle 
Gastonia, NC 



SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




Amy Elwell 
Spartanburg, SC 





Scottie Evans 
Durham, NC 




Sissy Floyd 
Florence, SC 




Kelly Feagans 
Lynchburg, VA 




Megan Fix 
Lynchburg, VA 



Debbie Ford 
Greensboro, NC 



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Christie Frazier 
Greensboro, NC 





Dee Ann Frazier 
Raleigh, NC 




Cathy Corham 
Lexington Park, MD 




Deanie Freeman 
Greenville, NC 




Raine Gilbert 
Havre de Grace, MD 



Mary Beth Grace 
Charlotte, NC 



SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




Ingrid Haddon 
Cary, NC 





Butt Harris 
Raleigh, NC 




Ball Henderson 
Columbia, SC 




Eugenia Harris 
Henderson, NC 




Cynthia Harrison 
Chapel Hill, NC 



Clarkie Hicks 
Charlotte, NC 



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Emy Higgins 
High Point, NC 




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Corbin Hogaboom 
Greensboro, NC 




Susan Holt 
Sanford, NC 




Rebecca Holmes 
Asheboro, NC 







Sarah Holt 
Fayetteville, NC 



Dorothy Irvin 
Greensboro, NC 



SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




Sandra Jackson 
Greenville, NC 





Amy Johnson 
Benson, NC 




Nancy Jones 
New Bern, NC 




Nathalie Johnson 
Greenville, NC 




Liz Johnson 
Lynchburg, VA 



Rachel Jones 
Raleigh, NC 



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Elizabeth Kelly 
Fayetteville, NC 





Jina Kettleson 

Asheville, NC 




Leslie Lane 
Rocky Mount, NC 




Beth Kunkel 
New Bern, NC 




Helen Landi 
Mebane, NC 



Lyn Lankford 
Emporia, VA 



SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




Kelly Laughery 
Rocky Mount, NC 



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Cathie Lee 
Mt. Pleasant, SC 




Edie Lindsey 
Griffin, CA 




Midge Leonard 
Sanford, NC 




C. Lee Lewis 
Catesville, NC 



Laurie Little 
Greensboro, NC 



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Cissy Lofton 
Charlotte, NC 





Laura Lynch 
Raleigh, NC 




Charlotte Martin 
Raleigh, NC 




Marina Lynch 
Washington, NC 




Sal lie Lynch 
High Point, NC 



Rose Ann Mayo 
Greenville, NC 



SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




Laura McConnell 
Greenville, NC 



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Tricia McLean 
Sanford, NC 




Jean Mobley 
Greenwood, SC 




Terry McLennan 
Charlotte, NC 




Tricia Miller 
Raleigh, NC 



Warwick Moss 
Raleigh, NC 



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Lisa Moye 
Maury, NC 





Jeanne Marie Nelli 
Gastonia, NC 







Lea Patton 
Hickory, NC 




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Boo Nimocks 
Fayetteville, NC 




Helen Parker 
Charlotte, NC 



Lydia Payne 
Roanoke, VA 



SENIORS 



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SENIORS 







Xandy Peete 
Durham, NC 





Tracy Pruitt 
Charlotte, NC 



Meg Piner 
Beaufort, NC 




Carla Renegar 
Winston-Salem, NC 




Cathy Plummer 
Raleigh, NC 






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Ginny Riddick 
Rocky Mount, NC 



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Kelly Rooks 
Whiteville, NC 





Betty Rosenbaum 
Fayetteville, NC 




Kathy Sawyer 
Ahoskie, NC 




Elizabeth Rouse 
Raleigh, NC 




Hope Saunders 
Aulander, NC 



Nancy Scott 
3urlington, NC 



SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




Kimber Sevison 
Marietta, CA 





Mary Keehln Simmons 
Tarboro, NC 




Colleen Smith 
Charlotte, NC 




Lindsay Sloan 
Washington, NC 



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Mary Ellen Smedberg 
Falls Church, VA 



Elizabeth Smith 
Wilson, NC 



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Kitty Stephenson 
Weldon, NC 




Jean Stephenson 
Cary, NC 





Sandy Stott 
Greenville, NC 



Agnes Stevens 
Dudley, NC 



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Debby Stockton 
Atlanta, CA 



Anna Teta 
Pittsboro, NC 



SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




Rose Lynn Thomas 
Morganton, NC 





Susie Thompson 
Gastonia, NC 




Missy Underwood 
Coldsboro, NC 




Jill Turner 
Spartanburg, SC 







Karen Turner 
Weldon, NC 



Carlisle Van Meter 
Winchester, KY 



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Gwynn Walker 
Winston-Salem, NC 




Valerie Van Pelt 
Raleigh, NC 



Frances Wall 
Pilot Mountain, NC 




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Carolyn Walser 
Lexington, NC 




Garland Waller 
Charlotte, NC 



Jackie Whisnant 
Hickory, NC 



SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




Valerie Wiggins 
Raleigh, NC 





)u lie Williams 
Fayetteville, NC 




Kelly Womble 
Raleigh, NC 




Laura Williams 
Mt. Olive, NC 




Margaret Williams 
Raleigh, NC 



Hannah Wood 
Lincolnton, NC 



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Katie Zevenhuizen 
Raleigh, NC 




Wendy Woods 
Durham, NC 



Kim Zollicoffer 
Henderson, NC 




Who is Kea Capel trying lo fool? Studying — Really! 



SENIORS 






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SENIORS 




St. Mary's first male graduate — our own 
President Rice 

Crest commercial candidates — G. Lee 
Lewis, Missy Underwood, Christie 
Frazier 



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Editor: Linda Ingram 

Margaret Griffin 









One hundred and seventy^four 
girls began their first year of col- 
lege at St. Mary's this year, and 
became involved in various 
school .activities. They sponsored 
the Jr.-Sr. Dance, the Valentine's 
Day Dance, several mixers, fund 
raising projects, and a SMC- 
Caroliha Dating Came. After 
being so busy, juniors hardly 
found time for their studies. 

Ten active and dedicated offi- 
cers represented the junior class: 



JUNIORS 

Jennifer Collins, president; Dud- 
ley Hanes, vice-president; Cindy 
Smith, secretary; Virginia Smith, 
treasurer; Mary Clyde Bridgers 
and Seroba Aiken, judicial board; 
Paige Brown, dorm council; Mary 
Horner, activities committee; 
Beth Mattocks, legislative body; 
and Byrd Britt, academic council. 
With such excellent officers and 
such an active class, St. Mary's 
should have a memorable senior 
class of 1981. 



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JUNIORS 



Amanda Adams 

Amy Adams 

Seroba Aiken 

Mary Alexander 



Claire Anderson 

Karen Apostolou 

Anna Atwater 

Eva Atwill 



Bryn Biddix 

Linda Branscome 

Mary Clyde Bridgers 

Lynette Bristol 



Byrd Britt 

Elizabeth Brooks 

Nancy Brooks 

Caroline Brown 



Paige Brown 

Grace Brown 

JeanAnn Burnette 

Lauren Burrows 




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Why sit cooped inside studying on a nice 
day? Midge Leonard, Brett Clyde, Amy 
Meyers and Murray Smith do their 
homework in the shade of the Grove out- 
side West Rock dormitory. 



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JUNIORS 



Jennifer Collins 

Gwyn Cooley 

Mary Criser 

Laura Culbertson 



Elizabeth Davis 

Elena deOHoqui 

Dee Dobson 

Melissa Dodson 



Marsha Dotson 

Karen Drum 

Valinda DuBose 

Suzy Danaway 



Ann Tyler Edmunds 

Lauran Edwards 

Beth Fischer 

Leslye Fountain 



Anne Fowler 

Leslie Freemon 

Carla Freshwater 

Ellen Fussell 




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Tucker Caddy 
Lisa Cetsinger 
Lorah Gibson 
Anne Gilbert 



Allison Gilbert 
Nancy Gillespy 
Gayle Cranberry 
Julie Greenbaum 



Dressed to impress: Julie Oakman's only 
interest is in finishing her salad while Pam 
Ray enjoys a cup of coffee during a lei- 
surely dinner in the Cafeteria. 



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" JUNIORS 



Blanche Cregor\ 
Deane Gresham 
Margaret Griffin 
Anne Hamilton 



Susan Hamm 

Martha Hancock 

Dudley Hanes 

Elizabeth Hardy 




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When someone mentions "photographer" 
i n Cruikshank dormitory, no one can resist 
the impulse to run where the action is. 
(Any excuse to get away from studies!) 



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Allison Harris 
Bonny Harris 
Kristine Harrison 
Lynda Hawley 



Louise Heath 
Coles Hines 
Monda Hoffman 
Mary Hollinshed 



Betsy Holmes 
Meredith Holmes 
Mary Horner 
Carroll Huger 



Mary Charles Hutchins 
Amy Ingbar 
Linda Ingram 
Wyn Isenhour 



BJ lernigan 
Lee Johnson 
Christy Jones 
Lisa Kelly 



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Georgia Kinsey 

Jenny Lewis 

Pam Lewis 

Beth Mann 



Carol Manning 

Mary Jeannette Mardre 

Alice Martin 

Beth Mattocks 



Ann Maynard 

Ellen McCown 

Elizabeth McGee 

Margaret McGlohon 



Louise McKay I 

Nancy McKenzie } 

Mary McLean jj 
Melissa Messick 



Amy Meyers 

Mary Mohnev 

Leigh Moore 

Margie Morgan 




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JUNIORS 



Torrey Moss 
Robin Naisawald 
Nancy Newton 
Julie Oakman 




Chrissy O'Conner 

Liz Panayotti 
Nicole Pediaditakis 



juniors use the old-fashioned (heads down 
— hands up) method to vote for their class 
officers in Ragland Auditorium. 



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Dede Perry 

Ruth E. Perry 

Mary Howard Pitt 

Tosh Pratt 



Holly Prichard 

Sarah Purvis 

Martha Ramsey 

Pam Ray 



On the tennis court, Byrd Britt displays 
her athletic ability as she serves the ball to 
her opponent. 





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Ashley Richardson 
Julia Ridgeway 
Ellen Rodman 
Caroline Sanders 



Betty Sanderson 
Kelly Schotield 
Martina Scifres 
Anne Scott 



Beth Scott 
Evelyn Scruggs 
Bess Shadrock 
Anne Sigmon 



Sallie Skinner 
Cindy Smith 
Cleaves Smith 
Marte Smith 



Murray Smith 
Natalie Smith 
Virginia Smith 
Sayle Steagall 



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Amy Stephenson 
Lynda Summy 
Anna Tate 
Gigi Taylor i 




Cyndy Thompson 
Beth Tice 



1903 girls clown around before going to 
Tuesday evening chapel. 



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JUNIORS 




Margaret Truitt 
Beth Turner 
Em Vance 
Ana Vasquez 



Felicia Wardlaw 
Sally Ware 
Betsey Weatherly 
Susan Webb 



Leslie Weil 
Claudia Werman 
Sharon West 
loan White 



Allison Whitely 
Mary Wilcox 
Liz Wills 
Catherine Winfield 



Emily Winfield 
Martha Woodson 
Natalie Woodward 
Claudia Wooten 



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Just who are St. Mary's sopho- 
mores? We are a notable group of 
high school seniors who can be 
identified as a SMC sophomore 
graduating in the Class of 1980. 
As a group we form a very diverse 
crowd; although, we have also 
shared some memorable experi- 
ences together. Some of these 
are: Spring break on the FLAVIA, 
SAT'S, college decisions, sopho- 
more organizations, (Beacon, 
Undatettes, Spiders), receiving 
more overnights, spring fever, (all 
year long), freshman raids, and in- 
itiations, and GRADUATION! For 
some, these all lead to more years 
at St. Mary's — while others will 
move on the new places. Wher- 
ever we may be, everyone wil 
have shared some good times 
here as SOPHOMORES, 1980. 

Editor: Boo Latimer 

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Susan Miller 



Sandra Moore 




Jane Morris 



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Sarah Rice 



Katie Seawell 




Cameron Smith 



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Pop! Pop! Popcorn! Loyal to SMC trad 
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"Shine on . 
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" Hamer Dillard and An- 

Beacon inductions. 



Kate Kittrell and Sarah Rice search pa- 
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We sophomores refuse to go any closer to 
this library than the front steps! 



As Kale McCrary seeks another victim, 
|ane Morris contemplates the freshmen in- 
itiation. 



Well, Well, the Gang's all here. . .Wait- 
ing for the Spiders! 



SOPHOMORES 



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FRESHMEN 



Nina Anderson 

Amy Armstrong 

Harriet Ashby 

Ella Ann Barnes 



Margaret Bassett 

Bettine Bikle 

Amy Block 

Dawn Bodenheimer 



Sydney Brown 

Carol Burhans 

Ruth Byrum 

Sail ie Carroll 



Nancy Christian 

Kappy Clarke 

Zaida Clay 

Charlotte Cochran 



Mary Coffey 

Holly Connell 

Haven Cooper 

Ruth Cox 




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Julie Cunningham 
Wynn Davenport 
Bettye Davis 
Ann Diedrick 



Marilee Eagles 
Amy Eason 
Suzanne Etheridge 
Stephanie Gardner 



Lorie Goldston 
Allison Gore 
Cindy Greer 
Anne Gregory 



Nelle Gregory 
Scotty Grine 
Cathy Gupton 
Gay Haggin 



Sa Hie Harris 
Jenny Holden 
Elsie Holloman 
Nita Hunt 



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FRESHMEN 



Gloria llderton 
Gigi Johnson 

Louise Johnson 
Ashley Jones I 



Barbie Jones 

Tori Keith 

Mary Grady Koonce 

Laura Lake 



Boo Latimer 

Emily Longley 

Jeanne Mapel 

Mary Hunter Martin 



Theresa Martin 

Katie McKenna 

Michele McLean 

Mary Meares 



Laurie Moore 

Tricia Moss 

Anne Nelson 

Loren Neuhoff 




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FRESHMEN 




Margaret Norris 
Courtney O'Kelly 
Anne Perry 
Ashley Paige Phillips 



Alyson Poole 
Millice Rogers 
Bee Rudder 
Mary Duke Sanders 



Isabel Santo-Tomas 
Beth Simpson 
Dana Steed 
Cathy Stone 



Millie Tolson 
Mary Mar Uzzle 
Lisa VanDeVeer 
Libby Warren 



Rebecca Wester 
Suiter Whitehead 
Susan Winstead 
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FRESHMEN 



The 4:45 Club goes ape until they get 
food. 




Allison Gore "nose" why Sydney Brown 
has to help Amy Armstrong bring up the 
"rear", . . They've just finished dining at 
"Fitzpatrick's Place." 



Jockette, Prepette, and Studette, Oh Yes! 
Zaida Clay, Scotty Grine, and Emily 
Longley a re off to see the Fraternity of Oz. 



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All of us came to Saint Mary's 
College with different lifestyles — 
and somehow we managed to 
live here as one. 

Campus activities and classes 

sk up most of our time but 
added a few extra special hours 
for "social activities" as well. We 
hit every restaurant anBrarl in 
sight. \^Baltended fraternity and 
"dorm pBcs until we^ere too 
pooped 1 party. WeBok those 
famous road inpBQQ|pecret 
journeys. " 

Most important of all, WE DID 
.IT TOGETHER. 



Staff: 
Editor: 



Stephanie Gardner . 
Elta^fnn Barnes 
Nancy Gillespy »•» 

Megan Fix 
Boo Latimer* 



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President of the Masquers Mime 
Company, Corbin Hogaboom 

contemplates the work of her fellow 
members and awaits her turn. 



Mime members: Cathy Davis and Helen 
Jones 

Below in middle: Presented by Mary Lida 
Alexander, the first-place tennis trophies 
were proudly accepted by Millice Rogers 
and her father. 




A pack of parents patiently await the 
performance of the Mime Company. 



Chorale "sung it to 'em" in their own 
melodic way. 



106 



After the tennis tournament, everyone 
gathered at the home of President and 
Mrs. John T. Rice for a reception. 




Keyed up and singing along, Dee Ann 
Frazier assists the Cold Cuts in 
entertaining the parents during the buffet 
lunch. 



A FAMILY 
AFFAIR 

Nearly 500 parents were on 
campus September 28-29 for the 
College's third annual Parents 
Weekend. Lots of food and fun 
prevailed throughout the 
one-and-one-half day event, 
despite the constant threat (and 
sometimes presence) of rain. 

Parents got an opportunity to 
see St. Mary's through their 
daughter's eyes Friday morning, 
as they participated in class visita- 
tion. Following a buffet lunch in 
the dining hall featuring the Cold 
Cuts, performances were given by 
the St. Mary's Chorale, the Mas- 
quers Mime Company, the Gillie 
Callum Dancers, and Caperettes. 

A Father-Daughter mixed 
doubles tennis tournament during 
the afternoon drew 21 entries. 
Millice Rogers and her father took 
first place with Joanne O'Brien 
and her father as runner-ups. 

Saturday's activities included a 
faculty-student-parent panel 
discussion on academics and the 
honor system, presentation of the 
College's new slide program, and 
a picnic lunch. 



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Interested students and out-of-town 
visitors listen intently to Stuart Wright's 
explanation of Thomas Wolfe items from 
the rare book collection at Wake Forest 
University. 



Carole Klein, author of Aline , the 
biography of Aline Bernstein, autographs 
a copy of her book for Chaplain Starke 
Dillard. 



Middle Right: Frank tastes, Jr. receives a 
standing ovation from an appreciative 
audience which' just witnessed the 
premier showing of "Luke: A Tribute to 
Fred" a color film on Fred Wolfe. 

At right: The newly formed Thomas 
Wolfe Society held its first meeting during 
the Fest and elected Head Librarian 
Andrea Brown as a Trustee. Among the 
members and officers pictured is Dr. 
Richard S. Kennedy (far right) of Temple 
University who presented the major 
address of the Fest. 




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Dr. |ohn O. Fulenwider, Jr., founder of 
the Thomas Wolfe Collection 



IN MEMORIAM 

Dr. )ohn O. Fulenwider, 
Jr., founder of the Thomas 
Wolfe Collection, died 
October 28, 1979. A dear 
friend of St. Mary's, Dr. 
Fulenwider was known as a 
fine physician and a true 
humanitarian. He felt that St. 
Mary's was an ideal location 
for a collection that would 
encourage young people to 
read, appreciate, and study 
Thomas Wolfe's writings. 

"To lose the earth you 
know, for greater knowing; to 
lose the life you have, for 
greater life; to leave the 
friends you loved, for greater 
loving; to find a land more 
kind than home, more large 
than earth — 

"Whereon the pillars of 
this earth are founded, 
toward which the conscience 
of the world is tending — a 
wind is rising, and the rivers 
flow." 

"Credo" from You Can't 
Go Home Again by Thomas 
Wolfe 



A. Scott Berg, author of Max Perkins: 
Editor of Genius enjoys tales of Thomas 
Wolfe recounted by artist Letterio Calapai 
who was a character in one of Wolfe's 
novels. 



1979 WOLFE 
FEST 

The 1979 Wolfe Fest was held 
October 28 and 29, 1979, in the 
Sarah Graham Kenan Library. The 
fifth activity of this type since the 
Thomas Wolfe Collection was 
established in September, 1975, 
the Fest was attended by St. 
Mary's students, faculty, staff, 
and Wolfe enthusiasts from 
throughout the U.S. Featured 
speakers were author A. Scott 
Berg of Los Angeles, Ca., and 
Dr. Richard S. Kennedy of 
Philadelphia, Pa. Special parts of 
the program included a one-man 
play ")ust Before the Dawn" with 
actor/compiler Stuart Hutchinson 
and a 25-minute color film on 
Fred Wolfe by a noted young 
filmmaker, Frank Eastes, )r. 
Author Carole Klein greeted 
friends and autographed books; 
Carolyn Cooper, Certified Master 
Graphoanalyst discussed Wolfe's 
handwriting; and the Thomas 
Wolfe Society held its first 
meeting. 

The Thomas Wolfe Collection 
was founded in 1975 by Dr. and 
Mrs. John O. Fulenwider, Jr. of 
Pageland, S.C., whose personal 
collection forms its nucleus. The 
Collection now contains 
approximately 2000 items, 
including first, variant, and 
foreign editions of Wolfe's works, 
letters, photographs, critical 
and biographical material, 
dissertations, pamphlets, news- 
paper clippings, and nonbook 
media. One of the major Wolfe 
Collections in the United States, 
the materials include the George 
McCoy papers, the Edgar E. Wolf 
papers, and the Richard Walser 
papers. 



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Claude Kipnis fascinated SMC girls with 
his mime interpretations from various skits 
of his tour. 

Members of the Mime Company 




Tune in next week . 




THEY LEFT US SPEECHLESS 



Required — Required — 
Required! It was like taking 
Assembly 101 with no credit. 

For the first time, St. Mary's 
girls had to set aside the hour of 
ten each Monday morning to 
attend assembly in Pittman 
auditorium. Pittman came alive 
as students listened to topics 
varied from SCA minutes and 
skits to announcements a la 



"social news." Occasionally, 
students and faculty/admin- 
istration members were asked to 
speak about "ANYTHING" to the 
student body. 

Perhaps the most favorite of the 
"get togethers" were Claude 
Kipnis and his mime company 
and author-speaker Betty Rollins. 
We were entertained and 
educated all in one big shot. 



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Some of us took the "faded" yellow brick 
road . . . and ended up somewhere over 
the rainbow. (Third Middle East SmedesI 




St. Mary's College was always said to have 
extra Honeybuns. 



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Gators Beth Mattocks and Seroba Aiken 

are caught "crockin' up." 



Pippi Longstocking (alias Julie 
Cunningham) gets a taste of Halloween 
treats. 



GUESS 

WHO'S 

COMING TO 

DINNER? 

We were the entertainment! 
We all laughed at each other until 
we realized that we weren't 
THAT dressed up!! 

The dining hall decorations 
were fantastic and the meal 
matched. We "munched out" to 
say the least . . . 

The Governor Morehead 
School children came ready in 
their costumes to go trick- 
or-treating around campus. 
We tricked few and treated ALL. 
They left us with huge bags of 
candy and grins on their faces. 



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Elizabeth, Virginia, Lynn, Jeanette, and 
Stephanie made quite a scene in the 
parlor. 



Hamer Dillard and Boo Tyler got a 

"wrapped up" in the Smedes Parlor 

Christmas party. 



Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus (alias 
Charlotte Martin and Kitty 
Stephenson) gave us all a big 
HO-HO-HO! 



Middle right: SCA secretary lean Mobley 
presents President John T. Rice with a 
little Christmas gift. 

'Twas the night before exams and all 
through Smedes Parlor . . . 



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Christmas Revels opened thoughts to the 
true meaning of Xmas giving. 





SI. Mary's students |oined others in 
performing a Christmas musical. 

'TIS THE 

SEASON TO 

BE JOLLY 

When December arrived SO 
DID EXAMS! (aaaaaagh!) Christ- 
mas spirit became an epidemic 
and studies were frequently cast 
aside. Several campus highlights 
treated us with breaks (and food!) 
that briefly rescued us. We 
"decked the hall" with things 
from home and sent thousands of 
holiday greetings. We "tasted" 
every Xmas goodie and even took 
part in playing "Secret Santas." 



Under the direction of Mr. Windham, 

Chorale "fa la la-ed." 



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Catherine Mayo — late night work 



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Right: Mary Hughes Boylan "takes the 
cake" at a hall birthday party. 






OFF CAMPUS . . . 



"Lookout Mountain!" (that's where Suzy 
Dunaway, Sarah Purvis, and Dede Perry 
actually are . . . ) 




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Becky Holmes doesn't quite seem to be 
getting her point across! 

Middle left: Kate Kittrell — Baskin 
Robbins 



Cathy Gorham and Mary (acque Holroyd 

(at far left) enjoy a Sigma Pi party. 

Far left: SMC's first Playboy bunny — 
Kimber Sevison, SAE little sister. 



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JANICE 
DANCE 

On the night of November 29, 
1979, those LONG anticipated 
days of waiting FINALLY came to 
an end. 

Everyone jammed down to the 
music provided by JANICE. We 
were scattered everywhere and 
the Village of Yesteryear (located 
on State fairgrounds) looked as if 
there were no tomorrow. 



Janice and friends 




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Clubs and organizations are 
another way of becoming 
educated and involved at St. 
Mary's College. 

Whether political, social, 
literary, historical, journalistic, 
artistic, or just plain fun — clubs 
and organizations offer us the 
chance to become that much 
closer to others and learn a little 
more about our own self. 




Staff: 
Editor: 



Debbie Ford 
Boo Tyler 
Cameron Smith 
Zaida Clay 



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SCA 



The Student Government 
Association includes every 
member of the St. Mary's student 
body. The governing body of this 
organization are the officers. 
Their objectives are to maintain 
discipline and to encourage 
school spirit and unity. The main 
goal of the SGA is to preserve the 
honor system here at the school. 



Row One: Elizabeth Patteson 
(Underclassmen Vice Pres.) Anetta lones 
(President of Day Students). Row two: 
Cathie Lee (Chairman of Judicial Board), 
Lanier Brown (Pres.), Jean Mobley (Sec). 
Row three: C. Lee Lewis (Vice. Pres.), 
ReRe Cheatham (Chairman of Hal 
Council), Rebecca Davis (Vice Chairman 
of Judicial Board). 



Marshals 



The Marshals are made up of a 
group of six seniors. They are 
selected by the senior class for the 
job of ushering in chapel and at 
other functions such as play 
productions and required 
assemblies. They also served as 
hostesses for various receptions 
during the year. 



Row one: Lydia Payne, Carla Renegar 
(Chief marshal), Missy Underwood. Row 
two: Missy Basinger, Margaret Williams, 
Marina Lynch. 








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Judicial Board 



The Judicial Board was 
established to recognize and 
uphold the honor system of 
which St. Mary's is based upon. It 
deals with the more serious 
offenses that occur on campus. 
The board consist of members 
selected from each class by the 
student body and an advisor. 



Row one: Cameron Smith, Cathie Lee 
(Chairman), III Turner, Louise lohnson, 
Janie Parker. Row two: Dr. Watson, Mary 
Clyde Bridgers, Seroba Aiken, Rebecca 
Davis, Jean Mobley, Annetta lones. 



Dorm 
Council 

Dorm Council consists of an 
elected group of students who 
strive to uphold the rules of St. 
Mary's by dealing with those 
cases concerning minor social 
violations. 

Row one: Debbie Bishop, Hamer Dillard. 
Row two: Elizabeth Patteson, ReRe 
Cheatham, Miss Rose, Hannah Wood, 
Agnes Stevens. Row three: Lea Patton, 
Martha Brinn, Scotty Crine, Paige Brown. 



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Ha 
Counci 




The Hall Council consist of 
forty-six seniors who have been 
selected by the SCA. There are 
two counselors per hall whose 
job is to keep each girl informed 
on upcoming activites, handle 
problems that may arise and to be 
a friend at all times. Their job is a 
difficult one to do and the school 
could not survive without their 
assistance and hard work. "What 
would we do with out them?" 



Row one: Kathy Sawyer, Jennifer Cobb, 
Xandy Peete, Debbie Bishop, Martha 
Brinn, Corbin Hogaboom. Row two: Lea 
Patton, Rachel Jones, Carla Renegar, Jean 
Mobley, Cwynn Walker, G.Lee Lewis, 
Debbie Ford. Row three: ReRe Cheatham, 
Margaret Williams, Hope Saunders, Helen 
Landi, Martie Broadbent, Kathy Altizer, 
Scottie Evans, Nancy Scott, Missy 
Basinger. Row four: Lainie Cox, Katie 
Zevenhuizen, Mary Hughes Boylan, 



Jeanne Marie Nelli, Jill Turner, Marina 
Lynch, Midge Leonard. Row five: Susan 
Holt, Agnes Stevens, Terry Dabbs, 
Hannah Wood, Susan Bozarth, Lydia 
Payne, Rose Ann Mayo, Lanier Brown, 
Cynthia Brooks, Rebecca Davis. Row six: 
Carol Manning, Becky Holmes, Kimber 
Sevison, Raine Gilbert, Carlisle Van 
Meter, Cathie Lee, Elizabeth Patteson. Not 
pictured: Charlotte Martin, Betsy Durst, 
Kitty Stephenson. 



Phi Theta 
Kappa 

The Phi Theta Kappa is made 
up of outstanding students in the 
college department. Students 
eligible for this organization 
"must be of good moral 
character, possess recognized 
qualities of citizenship, and shall 
have established academic 
excellence as judged by the 
faculty." 



Row one: Jeanne Marie Nelli, Edie 
Lindsey, Agnes Stevens, Debbie Stockton. 
Row two: G. Lee Lewis, Anna Teta. Not 
pictured: Buff Arrington, Gray Clark, 
Patricia Miller. 




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Legislative 
Body 

The Legislative Body is made 
up of representatives elected by 
each class in both college and 
high school. Their purpose is to 
petition ideas that may improve 
the St. Mary's community. 



Row one: C. Lee Lewis, Helen Landi, 
Elizabeth Patteson, Boo Latimer, Amelia 
Henderson. Row two: Lanier Brown, 
Cindy Machen, Nancy Scott, Midge 
Leonard. Row three: Beth Mattocks, Jen- 
nifer Collins, Annetta (ones, Kaky 
McCabe, Barbie |ones. 



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High School Honor Society 




The high school honor society 
is an organization whose purpose 
is to help promote academic 
excellence as well as personal 
integrity among the high school 
students. 



Row one: Eve Derreth, Nancy Huggins, 
Sandra Moore, I'ans Reeder. Row two: 
Carol Manning, Sarah Rice, Treva Watkins, 
Cindy Machen. Row three: Kate McCrary, 
Cameron Smith, Elizabeth Via. Row tour: 
Amelia Henderson (President), Elizabeth 
Patteson, Celeste Halifax, Laure 
Redmond, Caroline Cockrell. 



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Order of 
the Circle 

The Circle is an organization 
whose purposes are to cultivate 
fellowship among students, to 
encourage scholastic excellence 
among students, to promote a 
better school spirit, and to 
motivate participation in the 
college life at St. Mary's. 



Members: Marina Lynch (President), 
Lainie Cox (Secretary), Lydia Payne 
(Treasurer), Kathy Altizer, Kathy Sawyer, 
Raine Gilbert, lean Mobley, Lanier Brown, 
Carla Renegar, Hope Saunders, Dr. 
Watson (Advisor) 



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Beacon 

The Beacon is an under- 
classman's organization which 
has its own constitution, faculty 
advisor, officers, and members. It 
is an honorary organization with 
the principle purpose of "promot- 
ing among the high school girls a 
better spirit, more cooperation 
and better participation in extra- 
curricular activities." 



Row one: Mary Doris Dial, Boo Tyler. 
Row two: Kaky McCabe, Annetta lones, 
Linda Marshall, Hamer Dillard. Row 
three: Celeste Halifax, lanie Parker (Presi- 
dent), Laure Redmond, Mr. Dillard. Not 
pictured: Katie Seawell. 




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Muse 




The Muse is a literary magazine 
which offers the students a 
chance to exhibit their creativity 
through poetry, prose, photo- 
graphy, and art. 

Row one: Marianna Peete, Agnes Stevens 
(Editor), Cameron Smith. Row two: Dr. 
Jones (Advisor), Kathy Packer, Jayne 
Mercer, Mary Grady Koonce, Tunie 
Hurley, Stephanie Gardner, Lydia Payne, 
Karen Apostolou. 




Belles 



The Belles is the school 
newspaper. It is written by the 
students and with the interest of 
the student body in mind. 

Row one: Helen Jones, Margaret Norris, 
Coles Hines (Co-Editor), Laura Culbertson. 
Row two: Amy Ingbar, Anna Tate, Mary 
Grady Koonce, Nina Anderson, Patti 
Drake (Co-Editor), Caroline Cockrell, 
Elizabeth Via. 






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Ensemble 

The Ensemble is a group of 
students who perform at the 
Tuesday night chapel services. 
Each fall these girls perform at the 
Oktoberfest for parents, friends, 
and the alumni of St. Mary's. 



Row one: Margaret Griffin, Frances Wall, 
Dee Ann Frazier, Nancy Brooks, Becka 
Caldwell, Bobbie Keaton. Row two: Anne 
Gilbert, Clarkie Hicks, Ashley Phillips, 
Kelly Rooks, Mr. Windham. 




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Chorale 



The Chorale is made up of 
interested student vocalists. They 
perform at school functions and 
various events off campus. It is 
open to all who are interested in 
this field. 




Row one: lenny Lewis, Tricia McLean, 
Louise Heath, Eve Derreth, Carla Renegar, 
Joni Eargle, Martie Broadbent, Tosh Pratt, 
Row two: Ellen Rodman. Laura Carr, 
Debbie Bishop, Rita Woltz, Bobbie 



Keaton, Mary McLean. Row three: Ellen 
Fussell, Kelly Rooks, Becka Caldwell, 
Clarkie Hicks, Bess Shadrach, Anne Gil- 
bert. 



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Cold Cuts 




"Cold Cuts" is a senior 
washboard band which uses 
various instruments. They have 
three inductions a year, the last 
being inductions of rising seniors 
for the following year. The Cold 
Cuts perform at civic functions, at 
fraternity parties, and for the St. 
Mary's student body. 



12 Strong! Row one: Jill Turner, Valerie 
Van Pelt. Row two: Tricia McLean, Lisa 
Moye. Row three: Kim Zollicoffer, Jeanne 
Marie Nelli, Sandra Jackson, Mary Keehln 
Simmons. Row four: Missy Basinger, 
Carolyn Walser, Margaret Williams, Dee 
Ann Frazier. 



The Original Seven Row one: Jeanne 
Marie Nelli (Sec/Tr), Lisa Moye. Row 
two: Dee Ann Frazier, Kim Zollicoffer, 
Tricia McLean, Mary Keehln Simmons, 
Valerie Van Pelt (President). 




Letter Club 



Row one: Mary Hughes Boylan, Anne 
Sigmon, Anne Gilbert, Byrd Britt. Row 
two: Manna Lynch, Stephanie Powell. 
Row three: Amelia Henderson, Kelly 
Womble, Gray Clark, Margaret Williams. 
Row four: Blanche Gregory, Valinda 
DuBose, Laura Culbertson, Pam Lewis. 



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Sea Saints 

The "Sea Saints" are the 
aquatic ballet group here at St. 
Mary's. They execute unique 
combinations of water ballet, 
synchronized swimming, and 
creative aquatics. They per- 
formed two shows during the year 
in the fall and in the spring. 



Row one: Cathy Corham, Row two: Anne 
Gilbert, Elsie Holloman, Nancy Lyday, 
Mary Hughes Boylan, Ann Fowler, Louise 
lohnson. Row three: Becky Holmes, 
Blanche Gregory, Sail ie Harris, Mary 
Hunter Martin. Not pictured: Laurie 
Whitcomb, Katie Zevenhuizen. 





Orchesis 



Orchesis is the ballet and 
modern dance group at St. 
Mary's. They perform several 
times during the year with their 
main performances in the Spring 
at Spring Festival. New members 
are inducted each semester. 



Row one: |uli Yongue, )ean Mobley, Meg 
Piner, Anne Gregory, Lea Patton. 



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Caperettes 

Caperettes consists of a group 
of girls who are advanced in tap 
dancing and who enjoy 
performing. Tryouts are held 
twice a year to install new 
members. The Caperettes perform 
for Parents Weekend, Spring 
Festival, the student body and 
surrounding schools. 



Row one: Mary Mohney, Lisa Moye, Boo 
Tyler, Millie Tolson, Karen Wheeler, 
Seroba Aiken, Cindy Smith. 




Scottish Dance 



The Gillie Callum dance group 
is a club who is interested in 
performing the traditonal Scottish 
folk dances. They have tryouts 
semi-annually, and they perform 
on and off campus. 



Row one: Rachel Jones, Cathy Plummer, 
Boo Nimmocks (President), |anie Parker, 
Kara Campbell. Row two: Cigi Johnson, 
Nancy Gillespy, Betsy Holmes, Hope 
Saunders, Cameron Smith, Lea Patton, 
Ellison Jones. 



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Applause, Inc. 

Applause, Inc. is the drama 
club at St. Mary's. It's members 
present several productions 
during the school year. It is open 
to all students interested in 
theatre. 




Row one: Claudia Werman, Corbin 
Hogaboom, Laura Carr, Stephanie Powell, 
Byrd Britt, ReRe Cheatham, KateMcCrary, 
Coles Hines, Mary Jacque Holroyd. Row 
two: Meg Piner, Amelia Henderson, Boo 



Latimer, Rita Woltz, Fran Oxner. Row 
three: Helen Jones, Janie Parker, Virginia 
Holland, Ashley Phillips, Cameron Smith, 
B.J. Jernigan. 



Mime 



The Masquers Mime group is a 
club who performs the act of pan- 
tomine. Tryouts are held twice a 
year and they not only perform 
for St. Mary's but also for many 
other organizations in the com- 
munity. 




Row one: Claudia Werman, Gwyn 
Cooley, Byrd Britt, Ruth E. Perry. Row 
two: Beth mattocks, Holly Pritchard, 



Helen Jones, Cathy Davis, Ashley Phillip-. 
Row three: Corbin Hogaboom (President). 



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Order of St. Genesius 




The Order of St. Genesius is the 
honorary drama society. There is 
a limited membership of ten stu- 
dents who have a sincere interest 
in theatre arts. To be inducted 
into St. Genesius a girl must have 
participated in all aspects of 
drama at St. Mary's. 

Row one: ReRe Cheatham, Stephanie 
Powell, Claudia Werman, Byrd Britt, 
Corbin Hogaboom, Kate McCrary, Rita 
Woltz. 



NCSL 



The North Carolina Student 
Legislature is open to all students 
interested in working with and 
passing the same bills that are 
passed in the North Carolina 
Legislature. 

Row one: Beth Fischer, Cathy Corham, 
Celeste Holt, Cretchen Butler. Row two: 
Pam Lewis, Susan Adams, Rosemary 
Blackburn, Nathalie Johnson. 



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German Club 

The German Club is composed 
of students who are familiar with 
the German language. They 
prepared German dinners and 
had meetings with other schools 
such as Ravenscroft and NCSU. 
They even planned a trip to 
Germany to see the sights. 

Row one: Vanessa Brandt, Laura 
Culbertson, Mary Stowe. Row two: 
Margaret Griffin, Cigi Taylor, Mary 
Mohney, Lee Johnson. Not pictured: Amy 
Block, Linda Summey, Cretchen Butler, 
Karen Apostolou, Ingrid Haddon. 




Fire Marshal 

The job of the Fire Marshal is to 
keep in touch with the Fire 
Department and to be in charge 
of holding fire drills on the St. 
Mary's campus. She is a senior 
elected by the student body. 




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Assembly Chairperson 

The Assembly Chairperson is a 
member of the senior class who is 
elected by the student body to 
handle the Monday morning 
assemblies and any other 
required functions. This year, a 
bit of "social news" was an added 
attraction for everyone. 



Missy Underwood 




French Club 



"Le Cercle Francais" is made 
of those who enjoy speaking 
French and are interested in the 
culture of France. Several dishes, 
including Coq au Vin and crepes 
were prepared. The highlight of 
the year was eating at an 
authentic French restaurant in 
Chapel Hill which everyone 
enjoyed. 



Row one: Kaky McCabe, Caroline 
Cockrell, Stephanie Gardner, Loren 
Neuhoff, Boo Tyler, Elizabeth Patteson, 
Millie Tolson, Betty Davis. Second row: 
Melanie Hardy, Cameron Smith, Courtney 
O'Kelly, Kathy Packer, Mary Grady 
Koonce, Virginia Smith, Margaret Norris. 



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We Are The 
Spirit 

"We Are The Spirit" — The Wats 
are a group who consists of seniors 
promoting school spirit. From 
cheers before club walks to singing 
Christmas carols dorm to dorm, the 
Wats goal is to promote a stronger 
bond of spirit within the school. 

Row one: Helen Parker, Charlotte Martin 
(President), Kitty Stephenson. Row two: 
Missy Underwood, Rebecca Davis, Jennifer 
Cobb, Tricia McLean. Row three: Susie 
Thompson, Rose Ann Mayo, Cinny Riddick, 
Sissy Floyd. Row four: Lainie Cox, Lisa 
Moye, Cathie Lee, Martie Broadbent. 



Scoop Group 

The Scoop Croup is made up of 
girls from all classes of St. Mary's. 
They walk several times each 
year accepting new members. 
The main goal of the group is to 
find out the "scoop" on the new 
members to be inducted in other 
clubs. 




Row one: Julie Cunningham, Elizabeth Via, 
Debbie Bishop, Elizabeth Davis, Jennifer 
Cobb (President), Cyndy Thompson, Xandy 
Peete, Martie Broadbent, Martha Brinn. Row 
two: Foo Vaeth, Missy Nelson, Katie 
Seawell. Row three: Mary Wilcox, Hamer 
Dillard, Byrd Britt, Janie Parker, Amy 



Woodson, Deanie Freeman, Missy 
Underwood, Kitty Stephenson, Sydney 
Brown, Boo Tyler, Melanie Hardy, Margaret 
McClohen, Anne Sigmon, Grace Brown, 
Tricia McLean, Boo Nimocks, Nancy Scott, 
Rebecca Davis, Charlotte Martin. 



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Spiders 




The Spiders are a secret club at 
St. Mary's. The club consists of 
sophomores and one senior 
known as Madame Spider. The 
one fact known about the Spiders 
is they are "jivin' souls". The 
Spiders crawl four or five times a 
year and get new members. 



Row one: Katie Seawell (President), Lea 
Patton (Madame Spider). Row two: 
Michelle Fountain, Tunie Hurley, Valerie 
McCraw, Hamer Dillard, Nancy Huggins. 
Row three: Amelia Henderson, Lisa 
Cattis, Kathy Morrison, Amy Bridger, 
Missy Nelson. 




Undatettes 

"With every regret we can't tel 
you yet." 



Row one: Caroline Cockrell, Kaky 
McCabe, Melanie Hardy, Missy Nelson. 
Row two: Kate Kittrell, Ann Holman, 
Elizabeth Via, Sherrie Vinson, Treva 
O'Leary. 



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Ivey League 

The Ivey League, now in its 
second year, promotes interest in 
the school's history and brings 
together the students of St. 
Mary's. Members of the club are 
chosen during the year from 
Smedes Dorm. 



Row one: Hamer Dillard, Sheri Vinson, 
Ann Spear, Cameron Smith. Row two: 
Nancy Huggins, Foo Vaeth, Lynn Gardner 
(President), Katie Seawell. Row three: 
Amelia Henderson, Joanne O'Brien, Ann 
Holman. Not pictured: Sarah Rice, Laurie 
Redmond, Treva Watkins, Jeannette 
Parrott. 




Vestry 



The Vestry is a 
group of high school 
and college students 
who act as the 
student advisory 
body of the Chapel. 
This group works 
under legislation 
passed by itself 
and plans special 
programs for the 
Chapel. These stu- 
dents work under the 
guidance of the 
chaplain. 




Row one: Bonny Harris, Louise Heath, 
Kate McCrary, Beth Mattocks, Melanie 
Hardy, Elizabeth Patteson, Elizabeth 
Brooks, Wynn Davenport, Lauren 
Newhoff, Sydney Brown, Deane 
Cresham, Angela Patrick, Lee Trotter, 
Margaret McGlohon, Debbie Bishop. Row 
two: Cissy Lofton, Corbin Hogaboom, 
Kathy Sawyer, Martha Brinn, Katie 
Zevenhuizen, Helen Landi, Anne Sigmon, 
Elizabeth Hardy, leanne Marie Nelli, Ellen 



McCown, Mary Jeannette Mardre, 
Cameron Smith, Janie Parker, Sarah Rice, 
Anne Spear, Stephanie Powell (Soph. 
Rep.), Kimber Sevison (Jr. Warden), Nancy 
Gillespy, Blanche Gregory, Scottie Evans. 
Row three: Kea Capel, Betsy Durst (Sr. 
Warden), Elizabeth Smith, Hope 
Saunders, Margaret Williams, Boo Tyler, 
Agnes Stevens, Betsey Weatherly, Torrey 
Moss, Susan Bozarth, Nancy Scott, Kate 
Kittrell, Virginia Holland. Row four: 



Rachel Jones, Tunie Hurley, Marsha 
Dotson, Susie Dunaway, Marina Lynch, 
Rose Ann Mayo, Dede Perry, Porter Page, 
Bess Shadrach, Sandy Stott, Carlisle Van 
Meter. Row five: Jill Turner, Byrd Britt (Jr. 
Rep.), Lainie Cox, Susan Holt, Ruth E. 
Perry, Grace Brown, Missy Basinger. Not 
pictured: Charlotte Martin (Sr. Rep.), 
Lydia Payne. 



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Altar Guild 



The Altar Guild is an 
organization made up of girls 
whose job is to prepare the altar 
for services. 



Row one: Corbin Hogaboom (Head), 
Lainie Cox, Coles Hines, Kara Campbell, 
Beth Mattocks, Tunie Hurley, Syndey 
Brown, Boo Tyler, Melanie Hardy. Row 
two: Virginia Smith, Byrd Britt, Carlisle 
Van Meter, Susan Bozarth, Cameron 
Smith. 




Crucifers 



The Crucifers consist of the 
SGA members, the Presidents of 
the Circle and Beacon, and the 
Senior and Junior Wardens. These 
students are responsible for 
carrying the cross in the Chapel 
services. 

Row one: lanie Parker, C. Lee Lewis. Row 
two: Manna Lynch, Lanier Brown. Row 
three: Cathie Lee, Jean Mobley, Kimber 
Sevison, Elizabeth Patteson, Betsy Durst 
(Head Crucifer). 



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Lay Readers 

The Lay Readers participate in 
the weekly Chapel services which 
are an important part of life here 
at St. Mary's. Some of their duties 
are reading the appointed lessons 
and leading the congregation in 
responsive readings of the psalm. 




Row one: Elizabeth Smith, Agnes Stevens, two: Mary Clyde Bridgers, Susan Holt, 



Kea Capel, Martie Broadbent, Caye 
Burwell, Jill Turner, Kathy Altizer (Head), 
Susie Thompson, Rebecca Davis, 
Elizabeth Patteson, Coles Hines. Row 



Beth Mattocks, Kara Campbell, Nancy 
Cillespy, Karen Apostolou, Sarah Rice, 
Amy Woodson, Marina Lynch, Rachel 
Jones. Not pictured: Stephanie Powell. 



Acolytes 




The acolyte committee assists the 
chaplain in the Tuesday evening 
chapel service and the regular Sunday 
chapel service. Any St. Mary's student 
may be an acolyte. Their duties are 
to light and extinguish the candles 
and carry the flags for each service. 



Row one; Sarah Rice, Angela Patrick, 
Cameron Smith, Cathie Lee, Boo 
Nimocks. Row two: Ann Spear, Debbie 
Bishop, Nancy Cillespy, Katie 
Zevenhuizen, Scottie Evans, Ellen 
McCown, Margaret McGlohon, Martie 
Broadbent Row three: Grace Brown, 
Louise Heath, Nancy Newton, Bonnie 
Harris, Kimber Sevison, Kara Campbell, 
Elizabeth Brooks, Byrd Britt, Rose Ann 
Mayo, Marina Lynch, {ill Turner. Row 



four: Elizabeth Hardy, Amy Woodson, 
Foo Vaeth, Katie Seawell, Anna Atwater, 
Torrey Moss, Susan Bozarth, Lydia Payne 
(Head), Ashley Phillips, Carlisle Van 
Meter. Row five: Beth Mattocks, Karen 
Apostolou, Nancy Scott, Anne Sigmon, 
Kea Capel, Virginia Smith, Martha Brinn, 
Corbm Hogaboom, lanie Parker, Christy 
O'Conner, Elizabeth Patteson, Boo Tyler. 
Not pictured: Stephanie Powell. 



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Cup Bearers 

The Cup Bearers are a group of 
seniors who serve the wine 
communion services at chapel. 
They are all members of the 
vestry. 



Row one: Mary Keehln Simmons, Missy 
Berry, Lainie Cox, Kitty Stephenson, 
Rachel lones, Helen Landi, Rose Ann 
Mayo. 




Projects 
Committee 



The Projects Committee is an 
important part of the vestry that 
links the St. Mary's students with 
the community. Their projects 
consist of the Red Cross blood 
drive, activities with the 
Morehead children, adopt-a- 
grandparent program, and vari- 
ous others during the year. 



Row one: Mary Clyde Bridgers, Agnes 
Stevens(Co-heads), Scottie Evans. Row 
two: Marina Lynch, Coles Hines. Not 
pictured: Virginia Smith, Suzy Dunaway, 
Dede Perry, Lee Trotter, Molly Farrell, 
Bobbie Keaton, Mary leanette Mardre. 



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4-year-girls 

The girls who make up the 
4-year-girls are the students who 
have attended St. Mary's since 
their junior year in high school 
and will graduate this year as 
sophomores in college. 




Row one: Michelle Crisp, Kea Capel, 
Katie Zevenhuizen. Row two: Hope 
Saunders, Kathy Sawyer, Lea Patton, Cissy 
Floyd, Rachel )ones, Lanier Brown, Mar- 



garet Williams. Row three: Gaye Burwell, 
Jean Carrington, Betsy Durst, Corbin 
Hogaboom, Mary Hughes Boylan, Kimber 
Sevison. 



Granddaughter's 
Club 

The Granddaughter's club 
consists of girls whose mothers or 
grandmothers attended St. 
Mary's. 




Row one: Hope Saunders, Helen Landi 
Kathy Sawyer, Kea Capel, Katie 
Zevenhuizen, Boo Nimocks, Cissy 
Lofton, Nancy Scott, Betsey Weatherly, 
Brett Clyde, Ellen McCown, Corbin 
Hogaboom, Laurie Little. Row two: 
Margaret Williams, Virginia Holland, Kate 
Kittrell, Mary Jeannette Mardre, Laura 
Carr, Mary Cleaves Smith, Lee Trotter, 
Kimber Sevison. Row three: Anne 
Sigmon, Boo Tyler, Mary Hughes Boylan, 
lean Carrington, Torrey Moss, Deane 



Gresham, Georgia Kinsey, Mary 
Hollinshed, Marte Smith, Mary Taylor. 
Row four: Elizabeth Hardy, Mary Grady 
Koonce, Mary Jacque Holroyd, Mary 
Stowe. Row five: Elizabeth Brooks, 
Millice Rogers, Elizabeth Patteson, 
Melanie Hardy, Cameron Smith, Angela 
Patrick, Elizabeth Via, Bess Shadrach, Ann 
Maynard, Beth Fischer, Allison Gilbert, Por- 
ter Page, Jeanne Marie Nelli, Lisa Moye. Not 
pictured: Virginia Smith, Beth Turner. 



Young 
Democrats 



1979-1980 Members: 

Susan Adams 

Susie Belcher 

Terry Bennett 

Allyson Edwards 

Stephanie Gardner 

Kathy Hafer 

Mary-Jacque Holroyd 

Angela Patrick 

Nathalie Johnson 

Pam Lewis 

Laura McConnell 

Joanne O'Brien 

Stephanie Powell 

lans Reeder 

Mary Taylor 

Claudia Werman 

Advisor: Mr. Don Roberts 



Young 
Republicans 

1979-1980 Members: 

Janet Berkeley 

Rosemary Blackburn 

Gretchen Butler 

Kara Campbell 

Kappy Clarke 

Ruth Cox 
Nancy Gillespy 
Lorie Goldston 
Celeste Holt 
Bobbie Keaton 
Kaky McCabe 
Mary McLena 
Chrissy O'Connor 

Ann Spear 
Cyndy Thompson 

Sheri Vinson 

Betsey Weatherly 

Advisor: Mr. Bob Simpson 



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COACHES 




Mary Lida Alexander 

Basketball Team 
Golf Team 
Letter Club 



Sue Dew a It 

Sea Saints 
Soccer Team 



Corrine Johnson 

Caperettes 
Orchesis 
Scottish Dance 



Mary Lou (ones 

Tennis Team 



Sandy Sappenfield 

Diving Team 
Sea Saints 
Swimming Team 



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ALL WET 



The swimming and diving team 
consists of enthusiastic students 
who for some unknown reason 
like to remain wet 99% of the 
time. Coached by Sandra Sappen- 
field, the team managed to make 
several new school records in the 
freestyle and breastroke. Visiting 
Pfeiffer, Bishop-McGuiness, 
UNC-C, and other schools, the 
team experienced both victory 
and defeat. 



Head first . 

competition. 



diver Ball Henderson in 



Taking it to the streets . . . Swimmers 
and divers head out for Raleigh — a part 
of their initiation. >» 




Front: Amy Woodson; with friend — 
Anna Tate, Anne Gilbert (captain); Third 
row: Mary Stowe (manager), Dawn 
Bodenheimer, Felicia Wardlaw; Fourth 



and standing: Michelle Fountain, leanne 
Mapel, Kelly Womble (captain), Kathy 
Oates, Ingrid Haddon, Coach Sandra Sap- 
penfield with Christopher 



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Different strokes for different folks! 



m Diving coach Scott Sappenfield — check- 
ing with timer Rebecca Davis. 




Coaching along . . . Nancy McKenzie, 
Anne Fowler, and Beth Mattock", keep 
SMC swimmers in gear. 



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1979-1980 BASKETBALL TEAM 



L to R — first row: Zaida Clay, Elizabeth 
Davis, Leslye Fountain, Gray Clark, Kitty 
Stephenson (captain). Second row: Amy 



Bndger, Alice Martin, Holly Prichard, 
Katie Seawell, Coach Alexander, Char- 
lotte Martin (manager). 



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BASKETBALL 

Posters were plastered upon 
the walls of our dorms with the 
basketball schedule in full view. 
The basketball team involves 
team members who are 
overloaded with school spirit and 
capable of perfecting their skills 
in basketball. Competing with 
Ravenscroft, Bishop-McGuiness, 
Hale High, and other schools — 
the team suffered some losses but 
bounced back with even more 
energy in their victories. 

'79-'80 season schedule 




Alice Martin jumps against Bishop- Team huddle during time out 
McGuiness. 



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L to R — first row: loanne O'Brien, 
Elizabeth Hardy. Second row: Liz Wills, 
Margaret McClohon, Coach Mary Lou 
lones, Byrd Britt (captain), Marina Lynch, 
Mi I lice Rogers. Third row: Melaoie 
Hardy, Elizabeth McCee, Mary McLean, 
Porter Page, Valinda DuBose 



MAKIN' 
RACQUET 

Practice, practice, and more 
practice. It seemed like you lived 
tennis if you were a member of 
the fall tennis team. Miss Mary 
Lou Jones instructed the team — 
stressing improvement in all 
aspects of tennis. The girls 
showed a winning season and 
learned a great deal about 
discipline and physical fitness. 



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Even the January snow does not keep 
Joanne O'Brien off the tennis court. 



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L to R: Anne Sigmon, Elizabeth Smith, 
Amy Meyers, )ennifer Lea, Jane Morris, 
Coach Mary Lida Alexander, Mary 
Hughes Boylan (captain). 



ST. MARY'S 
DRIVERS 

Women drivers are only 
dangerous if they are members of 
the St. Mary's golf team. 

This season the golf team had 
only a few matches in which to 
prove itself. The seven team 
members under Coach Alexander 
practiced with this in mind. 



Mary Hughes Boylan lines up to putt. 



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"I don't wanna play . 



BODY 
BEAUTIFUL 

36-24-WHAT? Body beautiful 
became a fad at St. Mary's this 
year. We wore out the universal 
room and jogged the surrounding 
streets to rid ourselves of that 
"excess." Physical fitness 
became a serious deed for some 
of us. Refusing the goodies when 
"out" and "moving" as much as 
we could proved our endeavors 
and strengthened our patience 
and will power. Sweat pants 
became a part of the wardrobe 
and tennis shoes were almost as 
fashionable. Whatever, whenever 
. . . we TRIED. 



Using total concentration, Porter Page 
concentrates on her game of ping-pong. 

Celeste Halifax and Cindy Machen are 

caught in a gossip break during their game 
of tennis. 




Hoping the exercise will pay off . . . 

Tanya Ives, Terri Wilkerson, and Fran 
Oxner take a second off from their 
logging. 







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STUDENT 
SERVICES 



Student Services at St. Mary's 
are for the benefit of every student. 
The daily schedule of each girl is 
often affected by these helpful 
services of the college. Their 
dedication and service are known 
and appreciated throughout the 
entire student body. 

Staff: 

Editor: Elizabeth Fischer 
Mary Stowe 




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Talking over the Educational Interest In- 
ventory with a student, Mrs. Bunch helps 
a great deal in evaluation. 





Ola Robertson 

Secretary 



Barbara Bunch 

Director of Guidance 



GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING 



The guidance and counseling 
center assists the students in explor- 
ing their interests and abilities in 
educational careers. Mrs. Barbara 
Bunch acts as guidance counselor 
for the high school students as well 
as assisting the SMC student body 
in college and career placement. 







Ready to assist the students as they enter 
the office, Mrs. Robertson is readily avail- 
able. 



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Emily Summy — Assistant Manager 




BOOKSTORE 

and POST 

OFFICE 

Handling SMC mail can prove 
to be hazardous to your health. 
With extreme qualities of patience 
and first-class service, 
the bookstore and post office 
personnel became the most 
important part in the student's 
daily life. With Mrs. Doris Parker as 
Manager and Mrs. Emily Summy 
as Assistant Manager, the 
bookstore not only brightened 
itself by their character but by 
their keen abilities in managing 
500 anxious girls on a daily basis. 





Mrs. Doris Parker "checks out" Jennifer 
Collins, one of the many students going 
through the bookstore every day. 

The post office would not be the same if 
Mrs. Emily Summy did not "do her stuff' 

into each student's mailbox. 



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INFIRMARY 

The Infirmary at St. Mary's is a 
place where the nurses are 
always on duty and willing to 
help with any type of medical 
problem, whether it is a queasy 
stomach or a sore throat. Their 
pleasant bedside manner and the 
comfortableness of the beds make 
for a speedy recovery. 

Gladys (ones 

Head Nurse 



Dr. Hubert B. Haywood III 

School physician 





Thelma Stone 



Betsy Whicker 



Not pictured: Linda Work 



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Andrea P. Brown 

Head Librarian 



LIBRARY 

The St. Mary's librarians are 
always willing to help students 
find information on any topic. 
They are helpful offering advice 
on term papers, projects and 
research papers. The Library is a 
nice, quiet corner on this busy 
campus in which a student can 
peacefully study. 




Left To Right: Andrea P. Brown, leane 
Plummer, Mary Pearson, Jane Martin; Not 
Pictured: Sara Seagle, Barbara Buescher. 



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CUSTODIAL AND MAINTENANCE 
SERVICE 



Casper Lilly — part-time worker 



The custodians at St. Mary's 
bring a sparkle and shine into 
everyone's daily life. They can be 
found in the dorms, the gym, the 
class rooms, the infirmary, and in 
the Student Union cleaning every 

speck of dust and bit of dirt. 




The maintenance and 
ground crews are busy year 
round at SMC. Crass 
cutting, leaf raking, snow 
shovelling, plumbing and 
heating repairs, and 
general maintenance of the 
buildings are constant jobs 
for these dedicated people. 
Our numerous phone calls 
and tramplings over the 
grounds keep them busy 
enough along with their 
other jobs. 

Not pictured: Kenneth Eakes, Carl 
Cres, Mike Moore. 



John Parlato — grounds 



Penny Patton — grounds 



Doug Buckner — maintenance 



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lames Fitzpatrick — ARS Food Service 
Director and Carol E. Simson — Assistant 



Food Service at St. Mary's has 
never been a problem. The dining 
hall does an excellent job in 
preparing meals to accomodate 
the SMC student body. Special 
buffets and banquets were held in 
honor of US; and we dined like 
kings and queens. The snack bar 
provided "munchies" for those of 
us who were unable to get to 
lunch or for the numerous fans of 
soap operas and other television 
programs. 



FOOD 
SERVICE 




Left to Right: kneeling: Samuel Pierce, 
Tyrone Hardy; standing: Joan Williams, 
Dewayne Mitchell, Debra Blackman, 
Robert Lucas, Mattie Thomas. 



Ruth Mitchell — cashier 



Not pictured: Chester Cooper, Henry Fitz, 
Mary Fitzpatrick, Pam Giles, Erica 
Haywood, James Holdman, Grady 
Johnson, Vanessa Kornegay, Dennis 
McClarin, Lucille Plummer, Tony Reid, 
Regina Royster, William Tomlinson, Rosa 
Williams. 



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HOUSEMOTHERS 



Dola Dudley — Penick 
Jacqueline Johnson — Smedes 



Margaret Gentry — Holt 
Pearl Johnson — Cruikshank 



Barner Hepinstall — Smedes 
Margaret Selph — Smedes 




The Housemothers at St. 

Mary's are pleasant and have a 

smile for everyone. They are the 

student's mother's away from 

home. Their range of duties varies 

from giving advice and 

suggestions to making things "for 

their girls." They are always 

nearby for the girls to go and talk 

to if they have any problems. 




L to R: Barner Hepinstall, Pearl Johnson, 
Jacqueline Johnson, Elizabeth Jones, 



Margaret Selph, Dola Dudley, Margaret 
Gentry. 



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The music building is the "home" of the 
Pinkerton's office. 



PINKERTONS 

The Pinkerton service at SMC is 
made up of a group of dedicated 
and experienced men and 
women. They are here to watch 
over the students and the 
grounds. They also escort the 
juniors and seniors back to their 
specific dorms after a night out on 
the town with SDH! 

Not pictured: Charles L. Alford, Carvus 
Byrd, D.W. Frazier, Prioer H. Hicks, Roy 
Norris. 




Vance |oyner 



Doris Key 



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Becky Holmes 
Scottie Evans 



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We would like to take this 
space to pay special thanks to the 
MANY people that should not go 
unnoticed for their unending 
time, support, and efforts in 
creating the '79-'80 Stagecoach 
edition. 



President John T. Rice 

Mr. Bud Conrad 

Mrs. Georgette Campbell 

Dr. David Estes 

Mr. Joe Allegood 

Mr. Keith Barnes 

Mr. Windel Crawley 

Mr. Henry Read 

Mrs. Doris Parker 

Mrs. Emily Summy 

Mrs. Susan Ross 

Mr. Don Roberts 

Betsy Durst 

Laura Culbertson 

Sam Bass Photo Shop 

Touchberry Photographers 

Agnes Stevens 

Charlotte Martin 

Mrs. Andrea Brown 

Mr. )im Fitzpatrick 

Mrs. Carol Simson 




The Pinkertons 
Mrs. Callie Sorrell 
Miss Frances Vann 
Mrs. Nola Coggin 
Mrs. Marjorie Maddrey 
Mrs. Jane Rabon 
Mrs. Sterling Remer 
Mary Mohney 
Kimber Sevison 
Em Vance 
Gwyn Cooley 
Custodial Service 
"Sam" — copy machine 
Mrs. Mary Triplett 
Miss Aimee Peden 
Miss Lou White 
Mrs. Becky Thiem 
Mr. Bob Simpson 
Mrs. Carol Whitaker 
Dr. Janice Coffey 
Rev. Starke Dillard 
"Mean Dean" Jones 



— And special thanks and love 
to 3rd East Cruikshank and 2nd 
West Rock . . . Midge Leonard 
and Jeanne Marie Nelli (our 
roommates) . . . and our 
understanding family and friends. 
Thank you!!! 




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Mrs. Mary Ruth Haig 



SAYING 

GOODBYE DOES 

NOT MEAN 

FOREVER— ■ 

MEMORIES LIVE 

ON 



Miss Pat Connelly retired second 
semester of the academic year '79-'80. 





Mary Ruth Haig, professor 
emeritus of music at St. Mary's, 
died August 31. She was 68. 

Miss Haig's career at St. Mary's 
began in 1938 and she served 
as chairman of the music 
department from 1965-1973. She 
retired in May, 1978, after 40 
years of teaching piano to St. 
Mary's students. 

A native of Bloomfield, Ind., 
she received her bachelor's 



degree in music education from 
Columbia University Teacher's 
College. She went on to earn a 
master's degree in piano from 
New York's pretigious Jui I lard 
School of Music, and later studied 
for three summers at the 
Fontainebleau School of Fine Arts 
in France. 

Funeral services for Miss Haig 
were held in the St. Mary's 
Chapel. 



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Miss Mary Oliver Ellington 




Miss Mary Oliver Ellington ai banquet 




More than 200 students, 
colleagues, and friends 
gathered at a banquet May 7, 
1 979, to honor Miss Ellington 
for her 27 years of service. 

Past chairman of the 
Science Department and one 
of few full professors on the 
college faculty, Miss Mary 
Oliver Ellington earned the 
respect of both colleagues 
and students with her 
enthusiasm an quiet strength. 

During the banquet, 
President Rice presented 
Miss Ellington with a board 
proclamation naming her 
Professor Emeritus — only 
the fifth time in the history of 
the school that this title has 
been awarded. It read: 

"Miss Mary Oliver 
Ellington, through her 
exemplory life and dedicated 
service has been a model of 
leadership, scholarship, 



friendship and has earned the 
respect, confidence, and 
admiration of her students, 
faculty, colleagues, and all 
members of the St. Mary's 
community. 

(Aimee Peden) . . . "if 
ever there were a St. Mary, 
it's you." 

(Mary Lou Jones) . . . read 
a poem describing different 
kinds of teachers — a rare 
type — "like a gold watch — 
open face, pure gold, quietly 
busy and full of good works." 

A graduate of Longwood 
College with an MS from 
NCSU, Miss Ellington first 
taught at SMC in 1947. In 
1952 she left to teach in the 
Raleigh city schools, and 
later worked in the 
Entomology Department at 
NCSU. She returned to SMC 
in 1957, where she taught 
until May, 1979. 



Former students and now employed 
with St. Mary's College — I to R Karen 
Rose, lane Rabon, Kim Shavlik, Aimee 
Peden, Frances Vann, and Lou White 



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Kate Kittrell, Kate McCrary, and Lynn 
Gardner gang up for revenge on their 
religion teacher Stephen Esthiemer. 




The Chapel bell still awoke us on Sunday 
mornings and even joined in on other 
occasions. 

A REAL change in SMC history — 

Tuesday night chapel was optional until 
the repairs were completed. 




College Motto 
Selected 

Scientia Fides Amicitia was 
recently approved and adopted 
by the trustees as the official 
motto for St. Mary's College. 

Announcement of the selection 
was made during the 100th 
anniversary celebration of the 
Alumnae Association in April, 
concluding a search for a motto 
sponsored by the Alumae 
Association during its Centennial 
year. 

Translated Knowledge, Honor, 
Friendship, the motto was 
written by Mary Lawrence Hicks 
of Greenwood, S.C., a 1978 
college graduate. 

A committee representing 
faculty, administration, students, 
and alunmae made the selection 
from 20 final entries submitted to 
the Alumnae Office. In the 
committee's unanimous opinion, 
Scientia Fides Amecitia 
represents the unchanging and 
traditional strengths of St. Mary's 
since its founding in 1842. 

All College publications, 
programs, and official stationery 
are being redesigned to include 
the motto under the seal for the 
first time in St. Mary's 137-year 
history. 

Retaining a New Tradition — 
the Stagecoach proudly displays 
the motto and emblem on its 
'1979-1980 yearbook cover. 



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Dr. Neill W. Clark, III — Asst Professor of 
English 



SMC — Better 
With Age 

1979-1980 was a year of 
change. Some familiar faces left 
us while at the same time we 
were given the opportunity to 
strengthen our community with 
additional students and faculty 
persons. 

St. Mary's IS getting older BUT 
we're getting better with age. . . 




Mr. Wayne Hester 

Enviromental Biology 



Instructor of 



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Stagecoach Staff 



Row one: Debbie Ford, Megan Fix, Kelly 
Feagans, Becky Holmes, Scottie Evans, 
Stephanie Powell, Elizabeth Patrick. Row 
two: Betty Rosenbaum, Warwick Moss, 
Linda Ingram, Margaret Griffin, 
Stephanie Gardner, Boo Latimer, Sydney 
Brown, Nancy Gillespy, Virginia Smith. 
Row Three: Linda Branscome, Blanche 
Gregory, Edie Lindsey, Mary Stowe, Beth 
Fischer, Laura McConnell, Joanne 
O'Brien, Virginia Holland, Cameron 
Smith, Boo Tyler. Row four: Cathy 
Gorham, Deane Gresham, Dudley Hanes, 
Mary Hughes Boylan, Allison Gore, Ella 
Ann Barnes. 



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Editors: Scottie Evans, Becky Holmes 



Photography: Row one: Elizabeth Patrick 
Row two: Holly Prichard, Stephanie 
Powell, Mary Hughes Boylan 



Faculty and Administration, Student *]5 
Services: Beth Fischer, Mary Stowe 




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Classes: Margaret Griffin, Linda Ingram, 
Sydney Brown, Wynn Davenport, sitting 
— Cathy Gorham 



Campus Life: Stepanie Gardner, Ella Ann 
Barnes, Boo Latimer, sitting — Nancy 
Gillespy, Megan Fix 




Clubs: Debbie Ford, Boo Tyler 



Sports: Treva Watkins, Dudley Hanes 




kJSSS 




Copy Advisor: Dr David 
C. Estes 



Yearbook Advisor: Mrs. Georgette 
Campbell 



Layout and Design: loanne O'Brien, Laura 
McConnell, Linda Branscome, Virginia 
Smith, Sitting — Betty Rosenbaum, Lea 
Trotter 

The Stagecoach staff consists of 
a group of girls who work 
together to capture and relive the 
school year by producing the 
yearbook. It is a hard job which 
requires each member to do her 
part. The editors are chosen by a 
faculty and administrative 
committee. The advisor and 
editors then choose the staff at the 
beginning of the year. Any 
interested student may become a 
member of the staff. The only 
requirement being — "A true 
willingness to work." RIGHT 
GIRLS!!!! 



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SENIORS 



606-846-4171 

Hall Counselor, V, Pres. — Sr. Class, Vestry. Altar Guild 



919-876-1876 



Alexander, Phyliis 

1 941 Georgia Ave. 
Winston-Salem, NC 27104 
919-724-6663 



Altizer, Melvina Kathleen 

680 N.E. 30th PI. 

Boca Raton. FL 33432 

305-395-6042 

Circle, Hall Counselor, Head of Lav Readers, Vestry 



Arrington, Elizabeth Boyce 

2131 Cowper Drive 
Raleigh, NC 27608 
919*782-0881 



Aycock, Lisa Hassell 

100 May Blvd. 
Farmvrlle, NC 27828 
919-753-3928 



Bailey, Lisa Anne 
7251 Lasater Road, E. 
Clemmons, NC 27012 
919-766-5084 



Brinn, Mary Martha 

210 N. Front St. 

Hertford, NC 27944 

919-426-5696 

Scoop Group, Vestry, Acolyte. Dorm Council, Hall 

Counselor, Head Counselor, Dean's List, Who's Who 

Among Students in American )r. Colleges 



Broadbent, Martha Haggtn 

PO Box 4097 
Lexington, KY 40504 
606-254-6502 



Brooks, Cynthia Lynne 

Rt. 1, Box 311 
Oxford, NC 27565 
919-693-6766 



Brown, Suejelte Lanier 

303 Meadowbrook Terrace 
Greensboro, NC 27408 
919-275-8055 

SGA President, Circle, Hall Counselor, President ]r. 
Class, Dean's List, Chairman Altar Guild, Beacon, Soph- 
omore Class V. President, Muse Staff, Basketball team 
manager, Tennis, Honor Roll, Crucifer 



Crouch, Mildred Kelly 

1095 Andrews Farm Rd. 
Spartanburg, SC 29302 
803-583-0044 



Dabbs, Teresa Carol 

1907 Carmel Rd. 
Charlotte, NC 28211 
704-366-3292 



Davis, Rebecca Lee 

3907 Foxcroft Rd. 

Charlotte, NC 28211 

704-366-0100 

Hall Counselor, SGA, WAT5, 5coop Group, Lay Reader. 

Crucifer, Judicial Board — V. Chairman 



Dawson, Sarah Covington 

302 Isabel St. 
Greensboro, NC 27401 
919-275-0302 



DuBose, Brenton Long 

16 Fort Royal Isle 

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308 

305-565-4021 



Basinger, Linda Matheson 

2007 Hawthorne St. 
Greensboro, NC 27408 
919-272-0592 



Camp, Allyson Dickens 

13 Trinity Dr. 
Lumberton. NC 28358 
919-738-5434 



Durst, Elizabeth Ann 

2823 Ridge Rd. 

Durham, NC 27705 

919-489-8884 

Sr. Warden, Drama Club, Belles, Hall Counselor 



Berry, Shirley Field 

3832 Abingdon Rd. 
Charlotte, NC 28211 
704-366-0147 



Bickerstaff, Martha Hurt 

364 Valley Road, NW 
Atlanta, GA 30305 
404-233-1140 



Bishop, Deborah Karen 

7 Greenhill St. 

Charleston, SC 29401 

803-723-7194 

Nom Com, Legislative Body, Wildlife Club, Dorr 

Council, Hall Counselor, Head Counselor, Chorale. 

Scoop Group, Acolyte, Vestry, Spring Play 



Blades, Elizabeth Bishop 
1925 Rivershore Rd. 
Elizabeth City, NC 27909 
919-335-7355 



Blincow, Leslie Anne 

103 Rockingham, Rd 
Greenville, SC 29607 
803-277-0296 



Blum, Olivia Warren 
3928 Nottaway Rd 
Durham, NC 27707 
919-489-2203 



Bowen, Laura DuVal 
4649 Polo Rd. 
Atlanta, GA 30339 
404-351-6443 



Boylan, Mary Hughes 

PO Bok 4148 
Virginia Beach, VA 23454 
804-422-1629 

Golf Team, Captain, Swim Team, Sea Saints — treas. — 
most valuable — Pres., Photographer for Stagecoach, 
ludicial Board — |r Class Rep., Academic Council, Art 
Editor for 1980-81 Student Handbook, Letter Club, Be- 
acon, Hall Counselor 



Bozarth, Susan Rice 
Rl 1 

Midway, KY 40347 



Capel, Sarah Kea 

333 E. Chestnut Street 
Troy, NC 27371 
919-576-2881 

Granddaughter's Club, Altar Guild. Acolyte, 4-Year- 
Girl, Belles Contributor, Lay Reader, Hall Counselor, 
Undatettes, Spider 



Carrington, Jean Newcombe 

5100 Matthews-Pineville Rd. 

Matthews, NC 28105 

704-542-2582 

Golf Team, 4- Year-Girl, Granddaughter's Club - 

for Senior Class 



Cavan, Robin E. 

1805 Independence Rd. 
Creensboro, NC 27408 
919-454-4900 



Cheatham, Brenning Marie 
Rt. 9, Box 324 A 
Greenville, NC 27834 
919-756-5525 



Clark, Elizabeth Gray 
PO Box 1138 

Tarboro, NC 27886 

919-823-8468 

Basketball Team, Spiders, Honor Roll, Soccer Tearr 

Tennis. Dean's List, Phi Theta Kappa, Hall Counselor 



Cobb, Jennifer Ann 

350 Tenney Circle 
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 
919-942-3597 



Cox, Cary Beckner 

Rt. 8, Box 435 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
919-787-6011 



Cox, Elaine Sewell 

PO Box 1238 

Tarboro. NC 27886 

919-823-2211 

Circle, Hall Counselor, WATS, Cup Bearer, Altar Guild, 

Vestry 



Crisp, Michele Ann 

6904 Tanbark Way 
Raleigh, NC 27609 



Eargle, Joan Margaret 

1642 Heatherlock Dr. 
Gastonia, NC 28052 
704-864-5509 



Elweil, Amy Magee 

354 Twin Dr. 

Spartanburg, SC 29302 

803-582-3072 

Acolyte, Vestry, Projects Committee 



Evans, Scott Lawson 

3818 Regent Rd. 

Durham, NC 27707 

919-489-2721 

Vestry, Acolyte, Projects Committee, Stagecoach Editor, 

Hall Counselor, Tour Guide. Admissions Office 



Feagans, Karen Addison 

3890 Peakland Place 
Lynchburg, VA 24503 
804-384-3270 



Fix, Megan Elizabeth 
1604 Dogwood Ln. 
Lynchburg, VA 24503 
804-384-3395 
Stagecoach, Cold Cuts 



Floyd, Emery Kay 

427 Woodvale Dr. 
Florence, SC 29501 
803-662-5701 



Ford, Debra Lynn 
1318 Winstead Place 
Greensboro, NC 27408 
919-272-7464 
Stagecoach, Hall Counselor 



Frazier, Margaret Christian 

403 Kimberly Dr. 
Greensboro, NC 27408 
919-275-1080 

Frazier, Dee Ann 
741 Catawba St. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-782-2748 

Freeman, Deanie Marie 



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224 Country Club Dr. 
Greenville, NC 27834 
919-756-1852 



Gilbert, Margaret Raine 

PO Box 65 

Havre de Grace, MD 21078 

301-939-3190 

Hall Counselor, Hall Representative, Leg. Body, Cup 

Bearer, Circle 



G or ham, Catherine Elizabeth 
185 GunstonDr. 
Lexington Park, MD 20653 
301-863-6734 

5tagecoach, NCSL, Sea Saints, Swir 



Grace, Mary Elizabeth 
2231 Thornndge Rd 
Charlotte, NC 28211 
704-364-7539 



Haddon, Ingrid Barbara 

241 Beachers Brook Ln. 

Cary, NC 2751 1 

919-782-5735 

Swim Team, German Club, Letter CLub 



Harris, Ann Elizabeth 
431 Marlowe Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-787-1871 



Harris, Eugenia Leigh 
Rt. 3, Box 593 

Henderson, NC 27536 
919-492-1526 
Chorale, Dean's List 

Harrison, Cynthia Graham 

605 Shady Lawn Rd 
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 
919-929-2457 



Henderson, Helen Ball 

3809 Alston Rd. 
Columbia, SC 29205 
803-787-1569 



Hicks, Maurine Clark 

900 Harvard PI 

Charlotte, NC 28207 

704-333-1915 

Academic Council, Ensemble, Chorale, Tour Guide 



Higgins, Emily Annette 

221 Hillcrest Dr. 
High Point, NC 27262 

919-883-7047 



Hogaboom, Kalherine Corbin 

1510 W. Market St. 

Greensboro, NC 27403 

919-272-0847 

Masquers Mime Co., Vice-Pres., Pres., Applause, Inc., 

German Club, Belles, Vestry, Granddaughter's Club, 

Pres., Altar Guild, Head, Hall Counselor, The Order of 

St. Genesius 



Irvtn, Dorothy Anne 

803 Hood PI 
Greensboro, NC 27408 
919-272-0041 



Jackson, Sandra Bobbitt 

104 Lord Ashley Dr. 

Greenville, NC 27834 

919-756-2018 

Cold Cuts, Sr Class Treasurer 



Johnson, Amy Elizabeth 

Rt 2 

Benson, NC 27504 

919-894-3434 



Johnson, Nathalie Elizabeth Pate 
1906 Fatrview Way 
Greenville, NC 27834 
919-756-0769 



Johnston, Elizabeth Ladd 
118 Oakwood PI. 
Lynchburg, VA 24503 
804-384-8619 



lones, Nancy Rose 
1319 Kimberly Rd 
New Bern, NC 28560 
919-637-9928 



Jones, Rachel Marie 
3713 Lubbock Dr. 
Rale.gh, NC 27612 
919-787-5366 



Kelly, Elizabeth Gaither 

415 Wayberry Dr. 
Fayetteville, NC 28303 
919-489-7977 



Kettleson, Jina Suzanne 

6 Busbee Rd 
Ashevilte, NC 28803 
704-274-0343 
NCSL 



Kunkel, Mary Elizabeth 

3909 Trent Pines Dr. 
New Bern, NC 28560 
919-637-6884 



Landi, Helen Elaine 
Rt 4, Box 3-L 
Mebane, NC 27302 
919-563-1395 



Lane, Leslie Wall 

3616 West Ridge Cir, Dr. 
Rocky Mount, NC 2 7801 
919-443-0307 



Lankford, Carolyn Cato 
505 Laurel St. 

Emporia, VA 23847 
804-634-2735 



Lewis, Georgia Lee 
PO Box 5 

Gatesville, NC 27938 

919-357-1023 

V. Pres. of SGA, Leg. Body Chairman, Phi Theta Kappa 

— Sec, Hall Council, Crucifer 



Lindsey, Edith Ailing 

700 Maple Dr 

Griffin, GA 30223 

404-227-5210 

Phi Thela Kappa — Pres , Stagecoach, Dean's 



Little, Laurie Fleming 

21 1 Elmwood Dr 
Greensboro, NC 27408 
919-272-0093 



Lofton, Margaret Celeste 

734 Cherokee Rd 

Charlotte, NC 28207 

704-372-0167 

Food Committee, Vestry, Projects Committee, Acolyte, 

Granddaughters Club 



Lynch, Laura Ann 

4903 Morehead Dr 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
919-787-2428 



lynch, Marina Hoyt 
PO Box 1 82 

Washington, NC 27889 
919-946-7802 

Order of the Circle, President, Marshal, Counselor, Ves- 
try, Acolyte, Lay Reader, Crucifer, Tour Guide, Tennis 
Team, Chorale, Dean's List, Who's Who for lunior Col- 
leges, Granddaughter's Club, Letter Club, Proiects 
Committee 



Lynch, Sallie Lovelace 

905 Arbordale Dr. 
High Point, NC 27260 

919-886-4049 



Martin, Charlotte Palamountain 

6561 Newmarket Way 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-876-5219 



Mayo, Rosetta Ann 
223 Churchill Dr 
Greenville, NC 27834 

919-756-1164 

Cup Bearer, Acolyte, Hall Counselor, WATS, Sr Class 

Secretary 



McConnell, Laura Carolyn 
Rt 9, Box 484 

Greenville, NC 27834 
919-756-4060 

Masquers Mime Co, Sec/Tres — 1978, NCSL, French 
Club, Spring Play, Applause Inc., Young Democrats, Be- 
lles, Stagecoach, Vestry 



McLean, Patricia Anne 

1824 Wilkins Dr. 
Sanford, NC 27330 
919-775-3666 



Holmes, Rebecca Hodges 

PO Box 415 
Asheboro, NC 2 7203 
919-625-1536 

Editor-in-Chief Stagecoach, Hall Counselor, Hall Repre- 
sentative, College Work Study-Guidance & Counseling, 
Development Office, Sea Saints, Who's Who in Ameri- 
can Junior Colleges, Tour Guide 



Holt, Sarah Edgerton 
1 50 Ellerslie Dr 

Fayetteville, NC 28303 
919-867-6472 



Holt, Susan Elizabeth 

915 Fitts St. 

Sanford, NC 27330 

919-775-7054 

Hall Counselor, Layreader, Vestry, Chorale 



Laughery, Kelly Joyce 

150 Hunter Hill Rd 
Rocky Mount, NC 27801 
919-44 3-6778 



Lee, Catherine Dillard 

1018Cliffwood Dr. 
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464 
803-884-4345 
Judicial Board Chairm, 
Crucifer, Acolyte 



Hall Counselor, WATS, 



Leonard, Margaret Alverne 

43 Carolina Trace 

Sanford, NC 27330 

919-499-6730 

Ensemble, Leg Body, Lay Reader, Chorale, Stagecoach, 

Editor of Student Handbook '80-81, Hall Counselor 



McLeannan, Terry Lynn 
4411 Atleigh Ct. 
Charlotte, NC 28211 
704-366-8249 



Miller, Patricia Ann 

4008 Brownstone Cir 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-787-2519 



Mobtey, Rebecca Jean 

103 Overbrook Dr 

Greenwood, SC 29646 

803-233-7979 

SGA Sec, Circle, Hall Co 



Moss, Anne Warwick 



inselor, Orchesis 



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3302 Turnbridge Dr. 
Raleigh. NC 27609 
919-782-1910 



Moye, Elizabeth Morrison 
PO Box 26 
Maury, NC 28554 
919-747-3638 



Selli Jeanne Marie 

3239 Imperial Dr 

Castonia, NC 28052 

704-864-6632 

Hall Counselor. Cold Cuts ■ 

Kappa, Lav Reader, Vestry 



Nimocks, Elisabeth Holt 

1 521 Morganton Rd 
Favetteville, NC 28305 
919-484-1801 



Parker, Helen Shaw 
227 Hempstead PI. 
Charlotte. NC 28207 
704-332-5780 



Sec/Tres . Phi Theta 



Saunders, Harriett Hope 
Box 309 

Aulander, NC 27805 
919-345-2851 



Sawyer, Katherine Capehart 

Rt. 2, Box 1 7-N 

Ahoskie, NC 27910 

919-332-3723 

Tennis Team, French Club, Pres. of Beacon, Crucifer, 

Vestry, Junior Class Treasurer, Circle, Hall Counselor, 

Acolyte 



Scott, Nancy Stuart 
3106 Amherst Ave. 
Burlington. NC 27215 
919-584-8834 



Sevison, Kimberly Eleanor 

418 Indian Hills Tr. 
Marietta, GA 30067 
404-971-3348 

Freshman, Soph., Jr., representative of Vestry, Lay Re- 
ader. Altar Guild, Acolyte, )r. Warden, Basketball, Cap- 
tain; Granddaughter's Club, 4-Year-Girl, Counselor, 
Proieds Committee, Applause Inc., Undatette 



Teta, Anna Marie 

200 Lavnis St 
Pittsboro, NC 27312 
919-542-4755 
Phi Beta Kappa 



Thomas, Rose Lynn 

110 N Anderson St. 
Morganton, NC 28655 
704-437-5037 



Thompson, Susan Lee 

6 Emerald Ln. 
Gastonia, NC 28052 



Turner, |ulia Lynne 

44 Lake Forest Dr. 
Spartanburg, SC 29302 
803-585-3807 



Turner, Virginia Karen 
Country Club Rd. 
Weldon NC 27890 
919-536-4483 



Patton, Leanora 

516 6th St. N.W. 
Hickory, NC 28601 
704-327-2968 



Simmons, Mary Keehln 
202 E Baker 
Tarboro, NC 27886 
919-823-3243 

Cold Cuts. Cup Bearer 



Underwood, Mina Weil 
311 Pineland Dr. 

Goldsboro, NC 27530 
919-734-6354 

Marshal, Assembly Chairperson. Forum Committee, 
WATS, Scoop Group 



Payne, Lydia Katherine 
3442 West Ridge Rd. 
Roanoke, VA 24014 
703-343-3566 



Peete, Anne Alexandra 

42 Beverly Dr. 
Durham, NC 27707 
919-489-2889 



Piner, Margaret King 

1 1 8 Moore St. 
Beaufort, NC 28516 
919-728-4794 



Plummer, Catherine lone 

4601 Westminister Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27604 
919-876-0249 



Pruitt, Tracv Callison 
3028 Wickersham Rd 
Charlotte, NC 28211 
704-366-1729 



Renegar, Carla Ann 

3605 E High Meadows Rd 

Winston- Salem, NC 27106 

919-768-4758 

Circle, Head Marshal, Chorale, Hall Counselor 



Riddick, Katherine Virginia 

1221 Cheshire Ln 
Rocky Mount, NC 27801 
919-44 3-2480 
WATS 



Rooks. Kelly Elaine 
PO Bo* 1044 

Whiteville, NC 28472 
919-642-4210 

Chorale, Ensemble 



Sloan, Anne Lindsay Morehead 
701 Short Dr. 
Washington, NC 27889 
919-846-2453 



Smedburg, Mary Ellen 
1923 Powahatan St 
Falls Church. VA 22043 
703-532-3662 



Smith, Colleen Doris 

4352 Silo Ln. 
Charlotte, NC 28211 
704-366-5962 



Smith, Elizabeth Dewey 

2303 Canal Dr. 

Wilson, NC 27893 

919-243-6729 

Sr Chairman Activities Comn 



itiee. Vestry, Golf Team 



Stephenson, Jean Forester 
312 Bay Dr 
Cary, N.C 27511 
919-467-6067 



Stephenson, Katherine Kelly 

Longstreet Rd. 

Weldon. NC 27890 

919-536-456b 

Fire Cap!., Basketball, Letter Club, Cupbearer, Vestry, 

Lawyer for ludicial Board, WATS, Scoop Group, Hall 

( nunseli -■ 



Stevens, Agnes Corine 
Rt. 3, Box 607 
Dudley, NC 28333 

919-736-3023 

Vestry, Layreader, Phi Beta Kappa, V Pres Dorm Rep 

for intramurals, Hall Counselor, Head Counselor, Dorm 

Council, Co-Chairman Vestry Proieds Committee. Muse 

Editor 



Van Meter, Carlisle Chenault 

81 1 Boonesboro 

Winchester, KY 40391 

606-744-1597 

Vestry, Hall Counselor, Cold Cuts 



Van Pelt, Valerie Ruth 
4718 Connell Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
919-781-3010 
Cold Cuts, President 



Walker, Mary Gwynn 
2833 Monticello Dr. 
Winston-Salem, NC 27106 
919-725-3412 



Wall, Frances Ann 
Twin Valley Estates 
Pilot Mountain, NC 27041 
919-368-2848 



Waller, Caroline Garland 

651 Museum Dr. 
Charlotte, NC 28207 

704-375-3852 



Walser, Carolyn Patterson 

1 15 Magnolia Rd. 

Lexington, NC 27292 

704-246-4616 

Cold Cuts, SGA, Academic Council Representative 



Whisnant, lacqueline Leigh 
Rt 10, Box FC15 
Hickory, NC 28601 

704-327-4267 



Wiggins, Valeria Karen 

7100 Bellweather Ct. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-872-1350 



Rouse, Elizabeth Graham 

317 Woodcl.ff Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-782-3649 



Stockton, Deborah Lynn 

6293 Mountain Brook Way, NW 

Atlanta, GA 30328 

404-286-1127 



Williams, Julia Russ 

2004 Raeford Rd. 
Fayetteville. NC 28305 
919-484-5515 



Rosenbaum, Betly Rose 
3024 Brechin Rd 
Fayetteville, NC 28303 
919-868-1114 

Stagecoach 



Stott, Sandra McGinnia 

214 Chowan Dr 

Greenville, NC 27834 

919-756-5395 

Vestry, Acolyte, Altar Guild 



Williams, Laura Blythe 

PO Box 202 

Mt Olive, NC 28365 

919-658-3122 



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Williams, Margaret Cheatham 

3508 Chaucer Place 
Raleigh, NC 2 7609 
919-787-1440 



Womble, Kelly Cassell 

3720 Lassiter Mill Rd 
Raleigh. NC 27609 
919-782-4989 

Basketball. Swim Team, Letter Club, Intramural Repre- 
sentative 



Wood, Hannah Catherine 

115 Timber lane Or 
Lincolnton, NC 28092 
704-732-1749 



Woods, Wendy Andrea 

Rt, 8, Box 1 58 Natchez Way 

Durham, NC 27712 
919-477-4595 



Zevenhuizen, Cathryn Elizabeth 

3036 Granville Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-787-2499 

Hall Counselor, Sea Saints, Granddaughters Club, Ves- 
try, Acolyte, 4-Year-Girl, Spiders, Undatetle 



ZolticoKer, Elizabeth Kimzey 

Woodland Rd. 
Henderson, NC 27536 
919-438-8184 



JUNIORS 



Adams, Amanda 
4 30 Queens Rd. 
Charlotte, NC 28207 
704-375-8598 



Adams, Amelia Stewart 

Adams Ranch, Rt 1 
Maple Hill, KA 66507 
913-663-2532 



Aiken, Seroba Ann 

501 Greenridge Rd 
Snow Hill, NC 28580 
919-747-3633 



Alexander, Mary Douglas 

4717 Pemberton Dr 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-872-3707 



919-524-4530 
Stagecoach Staff 



Bridgers, Marv Clyde 

9 Dav.eCir 

Chapel Hill, NC 27514 

919-929-3308 

Mime Troop, President of Ivey League, Co-Chairman of 
Proiecls Committee. Judicial Board, Vestry. Soccer 
Team. President of German Club, Scoop Group 



Bristol, Shaun Lynette 
509 N Quaker Ln. 
Alexandria, VA 23304 

703-370-2536 



Brilt, Betty Byrd 
PO Box 1387 
Lumberton, NC 28358 
919-738-2677 



Brooks, Elizabeth Holmes 

1803 Sunset Ave 
Kinston, NC 28501 
919-523-9516 



Brooks, Nancy Ailene 
1 1 S Stratford 

Greenwood, SC 29646 
803-229-3025 



Brown, Catherine Caroline 

1 Blackberry Ridge 
Waynesville, NC 28786 
704-456-8060 



Brown, Elizabeth Paige 

303 Meadowbrook Terrace 
Greensboro, NC 27408 
919-275-8055 



Brown, Grace Graham 

600 Lakeview Dr. 

Murfreesboro, NC 27855 

919-398-4806 

Vestry, Acolyte, Proiecls Committee. Scoop Group 



Burnette, Jean Ann 

2001 Fairview Way 
Greenville, NC 27834 

919-756-6690 



Burrows, Eleanor Lauren 

408 Hiilandale Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-787-6513 



Sanford, NC 27330 
919-775-4541 



Coleman, Patricia Lynn 
4608 Pitt St 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-781-6881 



Collins, Jennifer Margaret 

8727 Scenic Hills Dr 
Pensacola. FL 32504 
904-476-1 191 



Cooley, Margaret Burgwyn 
PO Box 633 
lackson, NC 27845 
919-534-3781 



Criser, Mary (Catherine 
1 1922 Lost Tree Way 
N Palm Beach, FL 33407 
305-622-2252 



Culbertson, Laura Foy 

638 Museum Dr 
Charlotte, NC 28207 
704-375-4060 

Photographer tor Belles, Stagecoach, Letter Club, Ger- 
man Club 



Davis, Elizabeth Fitzhugh 

530 Rayburn Rd 

Wake Forest, NC 27587 

919-556-2679 



deOlloqui, Elena Ann 

Garden Heights 
Lewis Burg, WV 24901 
304-645-3820 



Dobson, Pansy Delora 

215 N. 2nd St 
Smithfield, NC 27577 
919-934-7917 



Dodson, Melissa Gray 
1121 Chumley Rd 
Virginia Beach, VA 2345 

804-428-4367 



Dotson, Martha Ann 

107 Brookview Dr 
Jacksonville, NC 28540 
919-455-1244 
Vestry 



Anderson, Virginia Claire 
832 Cornwallis 
Greensboro, NC 27408 
919-274-6614 



Caldwell, Rebecca 
PO Box 701 

Southern Pines. NC , 
919-692-7719 



Drum, Karen Lynne 

46 32nd Avenue N.W. 
Hickory, NC 28601 
704-327-4324 



Apostolou, Karen Alexis 

3220 Allendale St. 
Roanoke. VA 24014 
703-344-8971 



Campbell, Kara Patricia 

212 Pine Forest Dr 
Greenville, SC 29601 
903-242-0303 



DuBose, Valinda Anderson 

3909 Nottaway Rd 

Durham, NC 27707 

919-489-3501 

Letter Club, Tennis Team 



Atwater, Anna Louise 
1223 Idlewood Rd. 
Asheboro, NC 27203 
919-625-6773 



Carr, Laura Noell 
2 566 Warwick Rd 
Winston-Salem, NC 27104 
919-724-7220 



Dunaway, Elizabeth Suehonor 
1610 Twiford PI 

Charlotte. NC 28207 

704-372-3105 

Vestry 



At will, Eva Bishop 
PO Bon 215 

Whitakers, NC 27891 



Cates, Mary Arrowsmith 

1 12 West Union St 
Hillsborough, NC 27278 
919-732-2700 



Tyler 



Edmunds, A 
Box 1 87 
Halifax, VA 24558 
804-476-6555 



Biddix, Barbara Bryn 
2439 Red Fox Trail 
Charlotte, NC 28211 
704-366-6944 



Branscome, Linda Kay 

Forest Acres 
Gnfton, NC 28530 



Clyde, Nancy Brett 
203 Crescent Dr 
Windsor, NC 27983 
919-794-2314 



Cohen, Sharon Lynne 

PO Box 1224 



Edwards, Lauran Ally-son 

430 Sherwood Forest Rd. 
Winston- Salem, NC 27104 

919-768-0210 

Vestry, Young Democrats, Assistant Hall Counselor 



Fischer, Elizabeth Earle 



1 7T 



Rt. 2, Box 133 
Forest, VA 24551 
804-525-3519 

5tagecoach, NCSL, Basketball Team, Granddaughter's 
Club 



Fountain, Leslye Lynn 

210 E. Johnston St. 
Tarboro, NC 27886 
919-823-4923 

Basketball Team. Caperettes. Food Committee 



Greensboro, NC 27408 

919-288-0741 

Vestry, Stagecoach, Altar Guild, Granddaughter's Club, 

Hall Representative, Proiects Committee 



Griffin, Margaret Bennette 

1517 E. Mulberry 

Goldsboro, NC 27530 

919-735-8679 

Stagecoach, Chorale, Ensemble, German Club 



Fowler, Margaret Anne 
1216 Rutledge Ave. 
Florence, SC 29501 
803-665-7428 



Freeman, Leslie Linn 

2800 Old Cherry Point Rd. 
New Bern, NC 28560 
919-637-3679 



Freshwater, Carta Ward 
PO Box 832 
Swansboro. NC 28584 

919-326-4586 



Fussell, Elizabeth Ellen 
3412 Malibu Or. 
Raleigh, NC 27607 
919-782-9334 
Chorale, Scottish Dance 



Gaddy, Margaret Tucker 

205 Drummond Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-787-0664 



Getsinger, Lisa Anne 

613 Sugarberry Rd. 
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 
919-942-2905 



Gibson, Mary Lorah 
Rt 12. Box 532 
Sanfard, NC 27330 
919-776-1344 



Gilbert, Anne Hunt 

2001 Hillock Dr 

Raleigh, NC 27612 

919-787-6888 

Secretary of Sean Saints, President of Letter Club, Swir 

Team, Chorale, Ensemble 



Gilbert, Mary Allison 
PO Box 13515 
Orlando, FL 
305-841-7932 
Granddaughter's Club 



Gillespy, Nancy Adelaide 

3743 Mountain Park Dr. 

Birmingham, AL 35213 

205-879-3651 

Slagecoach, Scottish Dance. Layreaders. Acolytes 



Cranberry, Gayle Frances 
4509 Gates St 

Raleigh. NC 2 7609 
919-787-3522 



Greenbaum, Julie Blair 
217 El Dorado Dr 

Richmond, VA 23229 
804-740-8611 



Gregory, Blanche Beckwilh 

PO Box 148 

Scotland Neck, NC 27874 

'4330 
Letter Club, Sea Saints, Acolyte 



Gresham, Oeane Matheson 
2000 Dellwood Dr 



Hamilton, Barbara Anne 
50 Parkview Terrace 
Summit, NJ 07901 

201-273-6302 



Hamm, Susan Celeste 
4001 Glen Laurel Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
919-782-8459 



Hamza, Wadad 

Beirut, Lebanon 



Hancock, Martha Stockton 

1030 Kenleigh Circle 
Winston-Salem. NC 27106 
919-724-2250 



Hanes, Mary Dudley 

610 Museum Drive 
Charlotte, NC 28207 
704-375-4792 
Stagecoach, )r. Class V. Pres. 



Hardy, Elizabeth Coleman 
1803 Cambridge Dr. 
Kinston, NC 28501 

919-523-1522 

Vestry Proiects Committee, Acolyte, Tennis Team 



Harris, Allison Lane 

61 1 Rockford Road 
Greensboro, NC 27408 
919-272-1171 



Harris, Bonny Lou 
1314 HemitageRoad 
Sanford, NC 27330 

919-776-2742 



Harrison, Kristine Kav 

4600 Embleton Drive 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
919-787-9315 



Hawley Lynda Catherine 

4125 A-4 Camelot Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-787-1945 



Heath, Louise Wiley 
1109 Walker Dr 
Kinston, NC 28501 
919-527-1048 
Chorale, Vestry, Acolyte 



Hines, Margaret Coleman 

Sycamore 

Edenlon, NC 27932 
919-482-2775 



Hoffman, Mary Monda 

204 N Myrtle School Rd. 
Gastoma, NC 28052 
704-864-6367 



Holder, Vicky Lynn 

PO 324 

Broadway, NC 27505 

919-258-6173 



Hollirtshed, Marv Rothwell 
3208 Glasgow Dr 



Fayetteville, NC 28303 
919-484-3529 



Holmes, Elizabeth Carole 
125 Northview Dr 
Fayetteville, NC 28303 
919-484-1574 



Holmes, Meredith Mercedes 

1 245 George Owen Road 
Fayetteville, NC 28306 
919-425-4392 



Hoomani, Maryam 

Pahlaviave-Nourbaksh St. No. 25 
Tehran 14, Iran 



Horner, Mary DuVal 

3516 0tterview PI. 
Lynchburg, VA 24503 

804-384-2630 



Huger, Mary Carroll 
1113 Gunston Road 
Virginia Beach, VA 23451 

804-428-6852 



Mute huts Mary Charles 

819 Longview 
Sugarland, TX 77478 
713-494-6973 



Ingram, Linda Kathryn 

3009 Whisper Ct. 
Tallahassee, FL 32308 
904-385-2313 

Stagecoach, French Club, Lay Reader, Tour Guide 



Ingbar, Amy Dee 
1304 Bnarpatch Lane 
Raleigh. NC 



Isenhour, Kathrine Wynfield 

1 30 Lamplighter Circle 
Winston-Salem, NC 
919-765-8379 



lernigan, Beth Bright 

1327 Morningside Dr. 
Charleston, WV 25314 
304-342-6648 
Applause, Inc., Fall Play 



lohnson, Eugenia Lee 
1005 St. Mary's St. 
Raleigh, NC 27605 
919-832-0809 
German Club 



|ones, Marshall Christine 

6001 Castlebrook Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27604 
919-876-9387 



Kelley, Lisa Elaine 

1018 Fourmile Branch Rd. 
Spartanburg, SC 29302 
803-582-6530 



Kirtsey, Georgia Lee 
203 S. Claiborne St 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 

919-735-8100 

Granddaughter Club, Dean's List 



Lewis, Jennifer Leigh 
PO Box 552 

Madison, GA 30650 
404-342-1561 



Lewis, Pamela Charlotte 

1008 Currituck Dr 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-787-1256 



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Letter Club, V. Pres. Young Dems., NCSL, Soccer Team, 
Lib. Student Asst., Honor Roll, German Club, Basketball 
Team, Belles 



Mann, Elizabeth Collier 

225 Country Club Dr 
Greenville, NC 27834 
919-756-5131 
Belles Typist 



Mardre, Mary leannetle 

Elmwood Farm 

Windsor, NC 2 7983 

919-794-3110 

Vestry, Projects Committee, Granddaughter Club 



Martin, Alice Dalton 

900 Cumberland Road 
Chattanooga, TN 37409 
615-821-7502 



Mattocks, Elizabeth Preston 
3449 Kenwick Tr. 
Roanoke, VA 24018 
703-774-0891 



Magnard, Ann Kingsland 

2016 Pinewood Circle 
Charlotte, NC 28211 
704-366-4218 
Granddaughters Club, Dean's List 



McCown, Ellen Deere 

Box 820 

Tryon, NC 28782 
704-859-6114 
Vestry, Acolyte 



McGee, Julia Elizabeth 

2617 Briarcliff PI. 
Charlotte, NC 28207 
704-375-2110 



McGlohon, Margaret Ellen 

1 704 Berkley Rd. 

Greenville, NC 2 7834 

919-756-3368 

Tennis, Vestry, Acolyte, Scoop Group 



McKenzie, Nancy Brandon 
2525 W. Innes St. 
Salisbury, NC 28144 
704-633-2328 



McLean, Mary Wynne 

4023 Pomfret Lane 

Charlotte, NC 28211 

704-366-9246 

Fall Tennis Team, Chorale, Vestry 



Messick, Melissa Reynolds 

1936 Hawthorne Road 
Wilmington, NC 28403 
919-762-8274 



Moss, Torrey Amanda 

3 749 Jackson Blvd. 

Birmingham, Al 35213 

205-879-9658 

Vestry, Acolyte. Granddaughter Club 



Naisawald, Robin Louise 

9108 Mam St. 
Manassas, VA 221 10 
703-368-6331 



Newton, Nancy Evelyn 

3741 Bentley Drive 
Durham, NC 27707 
919-489-1220 



Meyers, Amy Ruth 
1124 Ditchley Road 
Virginia Beach, VA 23451 
804-425-1977 



Mohney, Mary Krezel 

204 Allegheny Ave, 
Kittanning, PA 16201 
412-545-1981 
Caperettes, German Club 



Oakman, Julia Anne 

613 Nebraska St. 
Spmdale, NC 28160 
704-631-3545 



Oates, Katherine Crosland 

Camp Kahdalea For Girls 

Rl. 2 

Brevard, NC 28712 

704-862-4881 



O'Connor, Margaret Christian 

1108 Ditchley Rd. 
Virginia Beach, VA 23451 
804-425-1134 



Page, Katherine Porter 
629 Totten Place 
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 
919-942-6023 



Panayotti, Elizabeth 

PO Box 1492 

San Pedro Sula 

Honduras, Central America 

521670 



Pate, Katharine Fiquet 

PO Box 1736 
Laurinburg, NC 28352 
919-276-2530 



Pediaditakis, Nicole 

5100 Leadmine Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
919-787-0710 



Perry, Davilla Faison 

540 Hempstead Place 
Charlotte, NC 28207 
704-376-7314 



Perry, Ruth Elizabeth 

1 104 Walker Drive 
Kinston, NC 28501 
919-523-5280 



Pitt, Mary Howard 
2018 Pinewood Circle 
Charlotte, NC 28211 
704-366-0906 



Pratt, Sarah Katherine 

PO Box 1191 
Beaufort, SC 29902 
803-524-4946 



Charlotte, NC 28207 
704-334-9131 



Ramsey, Martha Lois 

1 720 Lexington Drive 
Lynchburg, VA 24503 
604-384-2052 



Ray, Pamela Laorraine 

125 Patlon Mountain Road 
Asheville, NC 28804 
704-255-0873 



Richardson, Ashley 

111b Woodburn Road 
5partanburg, SC 29302 
803-583-7299 



Ridgeway, Julia E. 

5 1 b Marlowe Road 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-787-2819 



Rodman, Ellen Smith 



Washington, NC 27889 
919-946-3100 



Sanders, Caroline Claire 

Rt. 2, Box 457 

Frogmore, SC 29920 
803-838-2174 



Sanderson, Betty Susan 

320 E. Cavenaugh 
Wallace, NC 28466 
919-285-7401 



Schofleld, Katherine Burto 
440 W, Fair-view Village 
Lexington, NC 27292 
704-249-1403 



Scifres, Martina Riker 

217 Cochran St, 
Lexington, KY 40502 
60b-266-6566 



Scott, Anne de Rossett 

5102 Laurinda Drive 
Greensboro, NC 27410 
919-288-6679 



Scott, Mary Elizabeth 

1 72 Rutledge St. 
Greenwood, SC 29646 
803-229-2338 



Scruggs, Evelyn Briggs 

507 Marlowe Road 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-787-0661 



Shddrach, Elizabeth MacNider 
217 North 18th St. 
Wilmington, NC 28405 
919-762-8339 



Sigmon, Martha Anne Marsh 
3619 Alamance Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-787-2518 



Moore, Virginia Leigh 

41 1 5 Rockingham 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-787-2717 



Morgan, Marjorie Carol 

3337 Granville Dr. 

Raleigh, NC 27609 

919-787-0538 

Decoration Committee, Day Student Rep. to lunior Class 



Pritchard, Hollis Louise 

625 South Lakeside Drive 

Raleigh, NC 27606 

919-851-3465 

Mime Troop, Basketbait Team, Photographer for 

Stagecoach 



Purvis, Sarah Floyd 

2226 Sharon Road 



Skinner, Sallie Powers 

3823 Knollwood Drive 
Durham, NC 27712 
919-383-3504 



Smith, Cynthia Lea 

Box 3192 

Cherry Grove Ave 

North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 

919-343-0678 



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Smith, Martha Laura 
511 Aryyll Road 
FayetteviMe, NC 28304 
919-485-4753 



Tice, Elizabeth Dockery 

PO Box 255 
Foxchase Farm 
Oak Ridge, NC 27310 
919-643-5470 



Wills, Elizabeth DeWitt 

Hobby Horse Hill 
Bedford, VA 24523 
703-568-9483 
Tennis Team 



Smith, Mary Cleaves Daniels 

207 S. Audubon 
Coldsboro. NC 27530 
919-735-4836 
Tour Guide 



Smith, Murray Shepard 
302 Colville Rd. 
Charlotte, NC 28207 
704-372-3361 



Smith, Nathalie But! 
PO Box 453 
Whiteville, NC 28472 
919-642-2270 
Caperettes. Orchesis 



Smith, Virginia Loving 
226 Colville Rd. 
Charlotte, NC 28207 
704-334-6315 

|r. Class Tres.. French Club, Acolyte, Protects Commit- 
tee, Altar Guild, Stagecoach, Granddaughter Club, Tour 
Guide, Hall Representative 



Steagall, Sayle Murray 
6434 Sardts Road 
Charlotte, NC28211 
704-364-1050 



Stephenson, Amelia MacNair 

7510 Princeton Trace 
Atlanta, GA 30328 
404-394-1668 



Summy, Lynda Ann 

700 Fieldstone Court 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-872-2224 
German Club 



Tate, Anna Brita 

800 Lake Raleigh Road 
Raleigh, NC 27606 
919-834-0919 
Swim team. Belles 5taff 



Taylor, Gigi Marie 
48 Hanseli Road 
Murray Hill, N| 07974 
201-464-2317 



Taylor, Lee Ann 
2413 Elmhurst Dr. 
FayetteviMe, NC 28304 
919-485-3375 



Taylor, Margaret Royster 

615 Peach 51 
Shelby, NC 28150 
704-482-1227 



Taylor, Mary Kennon 
500 Loharie Drive 
Clinton. NC 28328 
919-592-2231 



Teaslev, leannie 

3170 Wellington Rd 
Lumberton, NC 28358 
919-738-6566 



Thompson, Cynthia Lee 

91 5 Austin Square 
Ml. Pleasant, SC 29464 
803-884-5336 



Thompson, Lisa Faye 

113 Squirrel Rd 
Rulherfordton, NC 28139 
704-287-7592 



Trotter, Elizabeth Lee 

1913 Granville Rd 

Greensboro, NC 27408 

919-274-3280 

Vestry, Projects Commitee, Stagecoach, Granddaughters 

Club 



Truifl, Margaret Bland 

4228 Hermitage 

Virginia Beach, VA 23453 

804-464-3991 



Turner, Sara Elizabeth 

325 E. Spring St. 

Wytheville, VA 24382 

703-228-4244 

Drama Club, lunior Representative for Intramui 



Vance, Emily Ruth 

661 Cabarrus Ave. 
Dhahran. Saudi Arabia 



Vasquez, Ana Lourdes 
Box 343, Apex, NC 
919-362-6188 



Wardlaw, Felicia Chtsolm 

52 Rutledge Ave 

Charleston, SC 29401 

803-723-6208 

Swim Team, Acolyte, Young Republicans 



Ware, Sally Evelyn 

1 1 5 Lowood Lane 
Greenville, SC 29605 
803-233-8098 



Weatherly, Elizabeth Gaither 

2131 Rivershor Rd 

Elizabeth City, NC 27909 

919-335-4485 

Young Republicans, Granddaughters Club, Acolyte 



Webb, Susan Lane 

3800 Providence Road 
Charlotte, NC 28211 
704-364-7304 



Weil, Leslie 

104 S. Center St. 
Apt. 8-9 

Coldsboro, NC 27530 
919-734-7009 



Werman, Claudia lane 

Bartram Drive 

Chapel Hill, NC 27514 

919-929-4024 

Drama Club, St. Genesius, Mime Company, Young 

Democrats 



West, Sharon Snipes 

1410 Trafalgar Dr. 
High Point, NC 27260 
919-883-7997 



White, Joan Evelyn 

22 5 Marshal Drive 
Forest Hill, MD 21050 
301-838-9343 



Whitely, Mary Allison 
1014 Walnut Or 
Smilhfield, NC 27577 
919-934-8975 



Wilcox, Mary Anne 
3202 Round Hill Rd 
Greensboro, NC 27408 
919-288-1465 



Winlield, Catherine Ward 
527 West Main St. 
Washington, NC 27889 
919-946-7242 



Winfield, Emily Malone 

527 West Main St. 
Washington, NC 27889 
919-946-7242 



Woodson, Martha Winslow 

2805 Lakeview Drive 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-787-2424 



Woodward, Natalie Susan 

316 Highcresl Road 

Signal Mountain, TN 37377 

615-886-1386 



Wooten, Claudia Dykes 

1114 N College St. 
Kinston, NC 28501 
919-523-8553 



SOPHOMORES 



Adams, Betty Susan 

2303 Pine Needles Rd. 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 
919-735-6874 
NCSL, Young Democrats 



Baker, Clenny Randolph 

Rt. 3 Box 1 04 
Carthage, NC 28327 
919-295-6054 



Barndt, Vanessa lean 

3906 Yadkin Dr. 

Raleigh, NC 27609 

919-787-3929 

Honor Roll, German Club, Intramurals 



Bateman, Terri Rene 

PO Box 369 
Belhaven, NC 27810 
919-943-2734 



Belcher, lanice Lee 

501 Barborosa Ln. 
Princeton, WV 24740 
304-487-1650 



Bennett, Helen Terry 

620 Arbor Rd. 

Winston- Salem, NC 27104 

919-723-5927 



Berkeley, lanet Elizabeth 

6200 Lakeview Dr. 

Falls Church, VA 22041 

703-256-2562 

Muse Staff (Photographer), Tour Guide 



Blackburn, Rosemary 

Rt 2 Box N 
Warsaw, NC 28398 
919-293-4491 



Bridger, Amelia P. 

1012 Reedy Creek Rd. 
Cary, NC 27511 
919-469-1212 



Brogden, Susan Markham 



1 74 «-,Sa» 



1406 Shepard St. 
Durham, NC 27707 
919-489-2570. 



Tarboro, NC 27886 
919-823-4923 



Princeton, WV 24740 
304-425-5694 



Butler, Grelchen Catherine 

819 Briar Ridge 

Houston, TX 77057 

713-461-9747 

NCSL, Young Republicans, German Club 



Call, Catherine Frances 

3700 Hillandale Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-787-5075 



Chirinos, Astrid 

2355 Champion Court 
Raleigh, NC 27606 
919-834-7015 



Cleaton, Cynthia Lucy 

413 Goodes Ferry Blvd 
South Hill, VA 23970 
804-447-3843 



Cockrell, Caroline Bass 

3310 Alamance Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-782-0234 



Conner, Virginia Merryman 
Box 369 

Oxford, MD 21654 
301-226-5143 



Currin, Marsha Lynn 

3424 Huntleigh Dr. 

Raleigh, NC 27604 

919-876-3506 

Scottish Dance, Honor Roll 



Davis, Catherine Hales 

708 Staley Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 2 7609 
919-787-0267 
Mime Troop 



Derreih, Evelyn Bee 

112 King William 
Raleigh, NC 27610 
919-755-1833 



Fountain, Valerie Corrine 

104 Gregg Si. 
Farmville, NC 27828 
919-753-2416 



Franklin, Amelia Belle 

1 11 Hilton Ave 
Durham, NC 27707 
919-489-3888 



Gardner, Elizabeth Lynn 

970 a6th Ave. PL., NW 

Hickory, NC 26801 

704-322-7303 

Ivey League President, Food Committee 



Gattis, Lisa E. 

9012 Longstreel Dr. 
Manassas, VA 22110 
703-368-2264 



Gove, Susie Yong 

PO Box 1042 

Kola Kinabalu, Saba 

Malaysia, 54604 



Greer, Suzanne L. 

521 5 Coronado Ct. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-787-2300 



Hafer, Kathryn Lane 

1821 St. Mary's St. 

Raleigh, NC 27608 

919-828-1512 

Young Democrats, Belle' 



Halifax, Celeste Elaine 

1 20! Watergate Ct. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-847-1392 



Hardy, Melanie Wilson 

1803 Cambridge Dr 

Krnston, NC 28501 

919-523-1522 

Acolyte, Altar Guild, Undateltes, Vice-President 

French Club, Scoop Group, Tennis Team 



Holt, Elizabeth Celeste 

214 Forestview Dr 
Elon College, NC 27244 
919-584-7305 



Hooper, Nancy St. Claire 

2216 Gillette Dr 
Wilmington, NC 28403 
919-763-6915 



Houck, Laura Beth 

3832 Sherwood Circle 
Gastonia, NC 28230 
704-867-9050 



Hudgins, Polly Fulford 

1 102 Plantation Rd 
Martinsville, VA 241 12 
703-632-5996 



Hudson, Elizabeth Ann 

127 Dunedin Ct. 
Cary, NC 27511 
919-467-8211 



Huggins, Nancy Ruth 

1700 North Pine St. 
Lumberton, NC 28358 
919-739-3763 

National Honor Society, Spiders, Ivey League, Hand- 
book Commute, Governor School Nominee, |ohn Mot- 
ley Moorhead Nominee, Honor Roll, French Club, Hall 
representative, Tour Guide 



Hundley, Martha Harrison 
PO Box 66 

Boydton, VA 23917 
804-738-6121 



Hurley, Mary Ann 

303 West Spring St. 
Troy, NC 27371 
919-576-9961 



Hutaff, Martha Maxwell 

2866 Skye Dr 
Fayetteville, NC 28303 
919-484-3239 



Dial, Mary Doris 
Rt. 2, Box 402-B 
Pembroke, NC 28372 
919-521-463B 



Harris, Amy Elizabeth 

8521 Leadmine Rd 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-781-5430 



Ingram, Elizabeth Louise 

PO BOX #1 
Kenbr.dge, VA 23944 
804-676-8263 



Dillard, Angela Hamer 

St. Mary's College 
Raleigh, NC 27611 
919-755-1617 



Haynes, Leigh Ann 

1205 Kershaw Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-782-2009 



Ives, Tatyana Dean 

5307 Trentwoods Dr. 
New Bern, NC 28560 
919-633-0872 



Dowd, Elisabeth Robins 

9 Heatherwood Lane 
Billings, MT 59102 
406-259-1082 



Henderson, Amelia Martin 

2820 Country Club Lane 
Charlotte, NC 28205 
704-333-5682 



Jones, Annetta Burnett 

2120 White Oak Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 2 7608 
919-782-2143 



Drake, Patti King 

521 6 Coronado Dr, 
Raleigh, NC 27605 
919-782-2102 



Herring, jastell Loftin 

Route 3, 4 Leon Rd 
Nashville, NC 27856 
919-443-3573 



(ones, Helen Elizabeth 

2908 Wycliff Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27607 
919-787-5635 



Earrell, Molly Shannon 

2501 Reynolds Dr. 

Winston-Salem, NC 27104 

919-722-2454 

French Club, Belles, Vestry, Projects Committee 



Finch, |o Ellen 

600 Glen Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
919-787-5562 



Fountain, Michell Claire 

210 East Johnston St. 



Holland, Virginia Harris 

1720 Azalea Dr. 
Wilmington, NC 28403 
919-763-4149 



Holman, Ann Franklin 

1905 Winterbchen 
Fayetteville, NC 28305 
919-484-5180 



Holroyd, Mary |acqueline 

1438 Main St. 



[ones, Margaret Ellison 

3732 Dunbarton Dr. 
Birmingham, AL 35223 
205-967-8123 
Scottish Dance, Vestry 



Keaton, Bobbie lean 

104 Woodland Ave 

Hertford, NC 27944 

919-426-8179 

Chorale, Ensemble, Vestry, Projects Committee, Brass 

Cleaning Committee 



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Kitlrell, Katherine Wilkox 
PO Box 1 39 

Henderson. NC 27536 
919-438-5683 



4008 Brownstone Circle 
Raleigh. NC 27609 
919-787-2519 



Patrick, Elizabeth Isler 
221 8 Stallings Dr. 

Kinston, NC 28501 
919-522-4250 



Kluttz, Carmen Eloise 

4724 Connell Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
919-787-1011 



Koima, Carola Mary 

604 Lakeslone Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-782-1109 



Lea, Jennifer 

525 Dogwood Dr. 
Danville, VA 24541 
804-793-1144 



Lyday, Nancy 

3506 Deals Place 

Raleigh, NC 2 7609 

919-787-4137 

Sea Saints, Granddaughter's Club, Belles 



Machen, Lucinda Maria 

1200 Hillwood Ct. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-847-1013 



Markham, Deborah Ann 
1010 Weeks St. 
Elizabeth City, NC 27909 
919-335-2385 

Stagecoach. Vestry, Lay Reader, 



Moore, Sandra Annette 

2121 5 Miami Blvd. 

Durham, NC 27703 

919-596-2496 

Honor Society, Library Student Assistant, French Cub 



Morris, lane Holden 

5510 Mecklenburg Rd. 
Greensboro, NC 27407 
919-299-4408 



Morrison, Katherine Brice 

5912 Overlea Rd. 

Bethesda, MD 20016 

301-229-1547 

Stagecoach, Muse, Spiders, Granddaughter's Club 



Nelson, Melissa Baldwin 

311 South Columbia Ave. 
Columbus, OH 43209 



Nuckles, Jennifer Maxine 
Rt. 3 Box 298 D 

Wake Forest, NC 27587 
919-556-3636 



O'Brien, |oanne 

1043 Buchanan Ave 
Lancaster, PA 1 7603 
717-394-2299 

Tennis, Stagecoach, Ivey League, Young Democrats - 
secretary. Honor Roll, Tour Guide 



Honor Society, Aco- 



Patteson, Elizabeth Mann 

2102 Greenbriar Rd 

Kinston, NC 28501 

919-523-6947 

SGA Underclassmen Vice-Pres., 

lyte, French Club 



Pearson, Barbara Robertson 

285 Cliff Rd 

Southern Pines, NC 28387 

919-692-2738 



Peete, Marianna (ones 
2814 Chelsea Circle 
Durham, NC 27707 
919-489-0219 

5tagecoach, Belles, Muse, French Club, Altar Guild 



Powell, Stephanie (oyce 

609 Tanglewood Circle 
Roxboro, NC 27573 
919-599-9384 

Class Representative to Vestry, Lay Reader, Acolyte, 
Projects Committee, Swim team. Soccer team. Instru- 
mental Ensemble. Stagecoach (Photograhper), Belles 
(Photographer), Letter Club, Drama Club, Order of St. 
Genesius, Honor Roll, Class Rep. for Intramurals, Young 
Democrats 



Purdie, Valerie Brummal 

911 W. Pearsall St. 
Dunn, NC 28334 
919-892-5261 



Marshall, Linda Lee 
3631 Alleghany 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-787-2943 



Mayo, Catherine Elizabeth 

308 Kensington Dr. 
Tarboro, NC 27886 
919-823-4954 



McCabe, Nancy Katheryn 
18 Cumberland Rd 
Charlottesville, VA 22901 
804-293-4665 

Beacon, Sophomore Legislative Representative, Un- 
daiettes, French Club, Soccer Team. Belles, Young Re- 
publicans 



McCrary, Katherine Iris 
2410Oakwood Rd 
Burlington, NC 27215 
919-584-6361 

Honor Society, Honor Roll, Drama Club Pres., Lay Re- 
ader, Vestry, Order of St. Genesius, Granddaughters 
Club 



McCraw, Valerie Claire 

246 Shasta Ln 
Charlotte, NC 28211 
704-364-1370 



McLemore, Regan Ceren 

1704 Raeford Rd. 
Fayettevrlle, NC 28305 
919-485-7790 



Mercer, Jayner Sawyer 
2101 Canal Dr 
Wilson, NC 27893 
919-291-0785 

Muse, Young Republicans 



O'Daniel, Angela Paige 

6710 Brookmeade Place 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
919-781-2215 
Soccer 



O'Leary, Treva Kinsman 

1930 Pinewood Circle 
Charlotte, NC 28211 
704-364-6598 



Oxner, Frances Williams 

1533 Milford Road 
Columbus, SC 29206 
803-787-7393 



Packer, Katherine Anne 

2521 Glenwood Ave 
Rale.gh, NC 27608 
919-782-4741 



Panayotti, Alina Eunice 

Box 1491 

San Pedro Sula 

Honduras, Central America 
52-1670 



Parker, Deborah Suzanne 

3912 Ingram Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27604 
919-876-3410 



Parker, Janie Horton 

416 Drummond Dr 

Raleigh, NC 27609 

919-787-3129 

Judicial Board, Beacon, Scottish Dance, Acolyte, 

Crucifer, Scoop Group, Drama Club 



Miller, Mary Conley 

1455 Pme Valley Loop 
Fayettevrlle, NC 28305 
919-J84-8165 



Miller, Susan Ballantine 



Parrott, leannette Arendell 

1202 Sweet Briar Circle 
Kinston, NC 28501 
919-523-4728 



Patrick, Angela Tripp 

Rt. 9 Box 329 
Greenville, NC 27834 

919-756-3714 



Redmond, Laure Larendon 

The Commercial Bank 

3429 Severn Ave. 

Melairie LA 70002 

504-482-9824 

Sophomore Vice-President, Beacon Sec, 

Honor Society, Vestry, Ivey League 



Reeder, Cecile I'Ans 

3129 Sussex Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27607 
919-787-4674 



Rice, Sarah Cunningham 

St. Mary's College 

Raleigh, NC 2761 1 

919-821-7457 

Class Dance Marshal, Acolyte, Lay Reader, Projects 

Committee, Drama Club, Fall Musical, Spring Play, 

Governor's School, Ivey League, Honor Society, French 

Club, Young Republicans, NCSL 



Seawell, Katherine Dinneen 

2320 Danbury Rd. 
Greensboro, NC 27408 
919-274-4478 



Smith, Cameron Hargrave 

408 Drummond Dr 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-782-2224 



Snipes, Jayne Elizabeth 

600 Holland Rd. 
Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526 
919-552-5254 



Speer, Ann Hamilton 
81 Copper Glen 
Huntington, WV 25701 
304-525-2244 



Stoffel, Mary Ann 

PO Box 205 

N. Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 

803-272-6281 



Stokes, Martha Erwin 



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Rt. 4 Box 304 
LaGrange, NC 28551 
919-566-3742 



Raleigh, NC 27612 
919-787-0711 
Belles Staff 



Cochran, Charlotte Howell 

207 80th Ave. 

North Myrtle Beach, SC 28577 

803-449-7398 



Stowe, Mary Faircloth 

1003 Montpelier Dr. 

Greensboro, NC 27410 

919-294-2049 

German Club, Sophomore Class Treasurer, Scoop 

Group, Swim Team Manager, Stagecoach, Soccer Team 



Tyler, Elizabeth Cross 

3400 Landor Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-782-2151 

Scoop Group, Caperettes, French Club, Beacon, Aco- 
lyte, Altar Guild, Vestry, Stagecoach, Granddaughter's 
Club 



Vaeth, Elizabeth Stuart 
1117 York Lane 

Virginia Beach, VA 23451 
804-428-7203 



Via, Helen Elizabeth 

7401 Fiesta Way 

Raleigh, NC 2 7609 

919-872-7768 

Honor Society, Belles, Granddaughter's Club, Pres. of 

Undatettes 



Vinson, Sherill Anne 

5701 Wintercrest Lane 
Charlotte, NC 28209 



Armstrong, Amy Gail 

946 Highwood Dr 
Asheboro, NC 919-625-1798 



Ashby, Harriet Anne 
2 509 Anderson Dr. 

Raleigh, NC 27608 
919-787-9411 



Bailey, Rhonda Gail 



Wake Forest, NC 27587 
919-556-5780 



Barnes, Ella Ann 

1408 Foxbrook Lane 
Charlottesville, VA 22901 
804-293-2384 



Basselt, Margaret Louis 

1200 Mulberry Rd 
Martinsville, VA 24112 
803-632-5219 



Bikle, Bettine Stamps 

2207 Sulgrave Dr. 

Wilson, NC 27893 

919-237-2201 

Granddaughter's Club, Scoop Group 



Coffey, Mary Wagner 

3604 Sunset Dr. 
Lynchburg, VA 24503 
804-384-3257 



Connell, Holly Houghton 
3212 Landor Rd 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-782-2575 



Cooper, Haven Byrd 

PO Box 209 
Louisburg, NC 27549 

919-496-4110 



Cox, Ruth Lillian 

1400 Rock Dam Ct. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-876-4419 



Cunningham, Julia Blanto 

491 North Madison St 
Whiteville, NC 28472 
919-642-6798 



Davenport, Wynn Newman 

PO Box 988 
Nashville, NC 27856 
919-459-2160 



Watkins, Treva Beaufort 

612 Marlow Rd. 

Raleigh, NC 27609 

919-787-5587 

Honor Society, Tennis Team, Academic Council, 

Stagecoach, Honor Roll, Ivey League, Vestry 



Wheeler, Karen Sue 
Rt. 3 Box 114-A 
Zebulon, NC 27597 
919-269-9290 

Caperettes, Honor Roll 



Whilcomb, Laurie Pope 

5522 E. Rockingham Rd. 

Greensboro, NC 27407 

919-299-3167 

Sea Saints, Undatettes 



Wilkinson, Terri Brooks 

12 Cedarchff Rd 
Asheville, NC 28803 
704-274-0166 



Williams, Mary Lee 

PO Box 561 

Clinton, NC 28328 

919-592-8888 

Vestry, Drama Club, Caperettes 



Woltz, Rita Robertson 

315 Handley Ave. 
Winchester, VA 22601 
703-662-2229 



Woodruff, Deborah Ann 

4500 Country Club Rd. 
New Bern, NC 28560 
919-637-6485 



Woodson, Amy Claire 
149 Riverbend 
Greenville, SC 29601 
803-242-9208 



Block, Amy Leah 
2107 S. Canterbury Rd 

Wilmington, NC 28403 
919-763-0444 



Bodenheimer, Dawn Rochelle 

108 Dumbarton Ct 
Cary, NC 2751 1 
919-467-7491 
Swim Team 



Brown, Sydney Davidson 

303 Meadowbrook Terrace 

Greensboro, NC 27408 

919-275-8055 

Dance Marshal, Stagecoach, Tour Guide, Altar Guild, 

Lay Reader, Scoop Group 



Burhans, Carol Eve 

Rt 5, Box 230 

Raleigh, NC 27604 
919-266-3807 



Byrum, Martha Ruth 

1004 Leatherwood Circle 

Martinsville, VA 24112 

703-638-3307 

5occer Team, Belles. Granddaughter's Club 



Carroll, Sallie Norris 
307 Lakeshore Dr 
Dunn, NNC 28334 
919-892-5154 



Christian, Nancy Robertson 

2 709 Webb St. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-782-1343 



Clarke, Kathryn Jean 

4450 Webb St. 

Apt. 504 

Vero Beach, FL 32960 

305-231-1131 



Davis, Bettye Susan 
PO Box 206 

Yanceyville, NC 27379 
919-694-4761 
French Club 



Diedrick, Ann Langhorne 
301 Gravely Dr. 
Rocky Mount, NC 27801 
919-443-2601 



Eagles, lean Marilee 

612 Raleigh Rd. 
Wilson, NC 27893 
919-243-301 

Fas on. Amy Leslie 

6101 Castlebrook Dr 
Raleigh, NC 27604 
919-876-8869 



Ethridge, Suzanne Cameron 

1 109 Blenheim 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
919-787-0507 

Gardner, Stephanie Clara Editha 
2543 Wake Dr. 

Raleigh, NC 27608 
919-787-9295 

Stagecoach, Tour Guide, Muse, Young Democrats Trea- 
surer, French Club Secretary 



Goldston, Lorie Jane 
1025 SchaubDr 

Raleigh, NC 27606 
919-851-4633 
Young Republicans 



Gore, Allison Boyd 
115 E. Bay St. 

Southport, NC 28461 
919-457-6836 

Stagecoach 



FRESHMEN 



Anderson, Nina lean 

4815 Morehead Dr. 



Clay, Zaida Sanders 

212 Wymberly Rd 

St. Simon's Island, GA 31522 

912-638-3856 

Academic Council, Stagecoach, German Club, Basket- 
ball Team 



Greer, Cynthia Leigh 

521 5 Coronado Ct 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-787-2300 



Gregory, Anne Marrison 



*Bgg* 177 



1600 Canal Dr. 
Wilson, NC 27893 
919-291-2349 



Gregory, Nelle Haynes 

1502 Quail Ct. 

Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870 



Grine, Sarah Scott 
131 Riplev Rd 
Wilson, NC 27893 
919-291-1664 



Grupton, Mary Catherine 

3704 Williamsborough Court 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-782-1187 



Maggin, Margaret Gay 
220 Queensway 
Lexington, KY 40502 
606-269-1750 



Harris, Sallie Ruth 
8610 Cold 5prings Rd 
Raleigh, NC 27609 

919-787-9675 



Hofden, Jenny Stuart 
PO Box 1 77 

Henderson, NC 27536 
919-438-8756 



Holloman, Elise Earle 
4021 Converse Dr 
Raleigh. NC 27609 
919-787-4947 



Hunt, Nila Anne 

574 Greystone Trail 
Marietta, GA 30067 
404-977-9650 



llderton, Gloria Carev 

1045 Rockford Rd. 
High Point, NC 27262 
919-882-4742 



Latimer, Bronwen Elizabeth 

30 Waterside Plaza 

Apt. 35A 

New York, NY 10010 

212-689-9459 

Class President, Stagecoach, Drama Club, Leg Body 



Longley, Emily Penton 

2525 Mimosa Place 
Wilmington, NC 28403 
919-763-8266 
Class Vice-President 



Mapel, Jeanne 
725 Lice Oak Lane 
Vero Beach, FL 32960 
305-562-7296 
Swim Team 



Martin, Mary Hunter Brantley 

507 Transylvania Ave. 
Raleigh. NC 27609 
919-782-6983 
Treasurer of Sea Saints 



Martin, Theresa Elizabeth 

PO Box 1 89 
Oxford, NC 27565 
919-693-5333 



McKenna, katherine Ann 
418 Colville Rd. 
Charlotte, NC 27207 
704-333-6338 



McLean, Jacqueline Michele 

Rt. 3 

Highway 210 
Angier, NC 27501 
919-639-4814 



Meares, Mary Miller 

41 2 Drummond Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-787-3593 



Moore, Laurie Lou 

Rt 1. P.K.S. 

Morehead City, NC 28557 

919-726-2087 



919-726-8562 

Ensemble, Lay Readers, Maquers Mime. Acolytes, Ves- 
try, Applause Inc. 



Poole, Barbara Alyson 

619 Marlowe Rd 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-787-8488 



Rogers, Helen Millice 
1915 Highland Ave. 
Florence. SC 29501 
803-662-9766 



Rudder, Rebecca Juanita 
1526 Front St. 
Beaufort, NC 28516 
919-728-4721 



Sanders, Mary Duke 

3328 Granville Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-787-3000 



Santo-Tomas, Isabel Maria 

1 784 Quail Ridge Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-872-0606 



Simpson, Martha Elizabeth 

Rt. 2, Box 37 
Columbia. NC 27925 
919-796-7221 



Steed, Dana Maureen 
251 6 Crestline Ave. 
Raleigh, NC 2 7603 
919-772-3177 



Stone, Catherine Bryson 

2309 Coley Forest Place 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
919-787-4832 



Tolson, Millie Ennis 

c/o Womack Army Hospital 
Fort Bragg, NC 28307 



lohnson, Louise Cheatham 

3 500 Chaucer Place 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919 781-2221 



Moss, Patricia Eagles 
3302 Turnbndge Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 

919-782-1910 



Uzzle, Mary Martha 

5 Little Woods Lane 
Durham. NC 27707 
919-489-0091 



Johnson, Virginia Fiske 
332 Forsythe 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-782-1968 



Nelson, Anne Dabbs 
2507 Sanderson Dr 
Raleigh, NC 27608 
919-782-0590 



Van DeVeer, Lisa Rene 

3422 Redbud Lane 
Raleigh, NC 27607 
919-782-1856 



Jones, Ashley DeAnn 
6412 Arnold Rd 
Raleigh, NC 27607 
919-851-1525 



Jones, Barbara Elizabeth 

PO Box L 

Atlantic Beach, NC 28512 

919-726-2896 



Keith, Victoria Suzanne 
PO Box 1 85 

Knightdale, NC 27545 
919-266-1223 



Koonce, Mary Grady 

3044 Randolph Dr 

Raleigh, NC 27609 

919-782-581 1 

Muse, Belles, French Club, Granddaughter's Club, Class 

Treasurer. Island 2nd place in Ihe 1979 Muse Contest 



Lake, Laura Ann 
3703 Shadvbrook Dr. 
RdleiRh, NC 27609 
919-787-1530 



Neuhoff, Loren Glenn 
1101 Walker Dr 
Kinston, NC 28501 
919-527-3598 



Norris, Margaret Ann 

2700 Shelley Rd 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
919-787-3866 
Belles, French Club 



O'Kelley, Courtney Liles 

2303 Byrd St. 

Raleigh, NC 27608 

919-787-9733 

Chorale, Ensemble, Treasurer of French Club 



Perry, Anne Leonard 

2707 Kittrell Dr 
Raleigh, NC 27608 
919-782-1365 



Phillips, Ashley Paige 
1 33 Brandywine Bay 
Morehead. City, NC 28557 



Warren, Elizabeth Lynetle 

3504 Williamsborough Cl. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
919-787-3338 



Wester, Rebecca 
263 Crestwood Rd 
Henderson, NC 27536 
919-438-5531 



Whitehead, Betty Suiter 
Grasunan Farm 
Scotland Neck, NC 27874 
919-826-4452 



Winstead, Susan Metinda 
IIOSpnnglakeDr. 

Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
919-398-4281 



Yongue, Julia Salle 

601 East 5th St. 

Greenville, NC 27834 

919-787-2499 

Hall Representative, Class Secretary Orchesis 

Roll 



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This page signifies the end of a year 

The likes of which will never be again 

This book, this year, is filled 

With thoughts, emotions, happenings 

That can never be duplicated — 

That are unique, timeless. 

This book has been a testament, 

To our school, to our area, 

But most of all, to US, 

The people of 1979-1980. 

For some, this page signifies 

The start of a new cycle. 

For others, this page is the thought, 

"Where do I go from here?" 

But for all of us, the closing of this book 

signifies a beginning — not an end . . . 

— taken from the Rhododendron 

ASU yearbook of 1978-1979 





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Editor-in-chief: 

Becky Holmes 
Editor: 

Scottie Evans 
Advisors: Mrs. Georgette Campbell 

Dr. David C. Estes 
HUNTER Representative: 

Mr. Joe Allegood 
Photography: 

Editor: Stephanie Powell 
Elizabeth Patrick 
Mary Hughes Boylan 
Holly Prichard 
Laura Culbertson 
Kathy Morrison 
Faculty and Administration: 
Editor: Elizabeth Fischer 
Mary Stowe 
Classes 
College Level: 
Seniors: 

Editors: Cathy Gorham 
Leslie Lane 
Juniors: 

Editor: Linda Ingram 

Margaret Griffin 
High School Level: 
Sophomores: 

Editor: Boo Latimer 

Marianna Peete 
Freshmen: 

Editors: Wynn Davenport 
Sydney Brown 
Campus Life: 

Editor: Stephanie Gardner 
Megan Fix 
Boo Latimer 
Ella Ann Barnes 
Nancy Gillespy 
Clubs and Organizations: 
Editor: Debbie Ford 
Zaida Clay 
Boo Tyler 
Cameron Smith 
Sports: 

Editor: Treva Watkins 
Dudley Hanes 
Student Services: 

Editor: Elizabeth Fischer 
Mary Stowe 
Closing: 

Becky Holmes 
Scottie Evans 
Directory: Assistant Publication 
and Design: 
Laura McConnell 
Cathy Gorham 
Virginia Smith 
Blanche Gregory 
Allison Gore 
Foo Vaeth 
Lee Trotter 
Deane Gresham 
Midge Leonard 
Edie Lindsey 
Charlotte Martin 
Typists: 

Head Typist: Debbie Markham 
Mary Mohney 
Joanne O'Brien 
Laura McConnell 
Margaret Griffin